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The Legal Reasons You Shouldn’t Lie in Your Resume

Some employers consider Resume “padding” and “fudging” to be lying and fraud, and it can become a serious legal matter. Here’s why applicants should never consider lying in their resume.

/ April 17, 2019

When to Use a Power of Attorney

By creating a POA, you can be proactive about situations that may prevent you from managing your own affairs. Learn how important a POA can be in circumstances involving serious diseases or diagnoses, dangerous work environments, and extended travels.

/ April 10, 2019
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3 Things to Know Before Assigning a Lease

Using a Lease Assignment to transfer your residential or commercial lease to someone else can be a good way to end your lease obligations without paying a fee or breaching your contract. Find out more about lease assignments in this...

/ April 3, 2019
Tax Season Tips 6 Helpful Resources

Tax Season Tips: 6 Helpful Tax Resources

Looking for helpful resources this tax season? This post compiles our top tax blogs in one place.

/ March 27, 2019
Why Freelancers Need a Freelance Contact

Why Freelancers Need a Freelance Contract

A simple written agreement can shape the relationships freelancers and contractors have with their clients. It’s often a smart business decision, and this post will help you understand why.

/ March 20, 2019

Child Medical Consent Basics

A Child Medical Consent form is a way to guarantee a temporary guardian upholds your standards when it comes to your child's health and well-being. In this post, learn what happens in situations with and without this important document.

/ March 13, 2019