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Controller John Chiang Hosts Free Nonprofit and Faith-based Los Angeles County Seminar on August 14, 2012
Learn the latest updates on new tax regulations, successful financial management, recent accounting developments and specific topics affecting your ability to operate and remain in state and federal compliance.
When: Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Time: . . . → Read More: Controller Hosts Free Nonprofit and Faith-based Los Angeles County Seminar on August 14
To Forward or Not to Forward
The following post was published by the FTC this week with information on email safety and privacy concerns.
That is the question. In fact, it’s one of the most common questions we hear from OnGuardOnline.gov visitors.
Email etiquette is important — not only for the sake of your personal and professional relationships, but . . . → Read More: Email Safety: To Forward or Not to Forward
How Can You Help Older Americans Avoid Fraud? Talk About It.
The following is reprinted in part from the FTC’s OnGuardOnline.gov blog. The post was written by
Charles Harwood, Deputy Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection.
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is a day to learn the signs of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Yesterday, I participated in a day-long symposium . . . → Read More: How Can You Help Older Americans Avoid Fraud? Talk About It.
“FoolProof California” Expands Its Financial Education Program by Partnering with Credit Unions
The consumer advocacy initiative founded and run by seven young people from three countries has expanded its reach in California. FoolProof added $1.9 billion Mission Federal Credit Union in San Diego and $700 million Pacific Marine Credit Union in Oceanside as statewide sponsors of its consumer education and . . . → Read More: “FoolProof California” Expands Its Financial Education Program by Partnering with Credit Unions
Video: Senior Flash Mob – World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
June 15 is National World Elder Abuse Awareness Day and to mark the occasion, a group of senior citizens performed a flash mob dance at a supermarket to draw attention to the physical, emotional, financial abuse and exploitation that many seniors . . . → Read More: Video: Senior Flash Mob – World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
What could that FREE lunch cost you? — How to Avoid Being Drawn Into Financial Elder Abuse Scams
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Opening your doors to financial predators may create civil and criminal liability for Assisted Living Facilities.
Seniors fear outliving their assets and are constantly drawn to . . . → Read More: Webinar: What could that FREE lunch cost you? — How to Avoid Being Drawn Into Financial Elder Abuse Scams
Wanted: Guest Blogs for America Saves
America Saves is looking for some new guest blogs from savings experts to promote on our website. America Saves is especially interested in blogs that relate to our next theme “Paying Off High Interest Debt.”
If you are interested in guest blogging, please note that they can’t mention or endorse any specific . . . → Read More: Wanted: Guest Blogs for America Saves
Independent Foreclosure Review
The Federal Reserve recently released a video on the Independent Foreclosure Review. The video aims to help borrowers who believe they were financially harmed during foreclosure processes between 2009 and 2010.
Many borrowers across the country have gone through foreclosure in recent years. Sometimes consumers went through the process with unanswered questions and concerns about . . . → Read More: Video: Independent Foreclosure Review
National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA) Invites You to “Take a Stand in the Fight Against Elder Abuse”
7th Annual World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, June 15th, 2012
NCEA urges individuals, families, community groups, organizations, and businesses to “Take A Stand” by participating in elder abuse awareness and prevention efforts. There are many ways to become involved, from . . . → Read More: 7th Annual World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, June 15
The following update was provided by the CFPB regarding a previous post warning consumers about a “sweepstakes” scam.
Update: Notice about possible “sweepstakes” scam
Last month we told you about a possible sweepstakes scam and while we continue to investigate, we wanted to update you about a new twist.
Originally, we learned of:
“…phone calls about a sweepstakes offer from . . . → Read More: CFPB Update: Notice about possible “sweepstakes” scam