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  • Thoughts for Giving Tuesday

    November 14, 2023
    If you are looking for an organization to support on Giving Tuesday on November 28, 2023, your local animal rescue shelter may be just the cause. Animal shelters often struggle to keep up with demand during the holiday season. There are several ways that you can help.
  • Taking Care of Mind and Body

    May 19, 2023
    May is Mental Health Awareness Month, an opportunity to raise awareness and reduce the stigma around mental health issues. While mental health should be a priority year-round, this month is an important reminder to take steps to support the mental health and wellbeing of our colleagues and employees. One of the key places to start is in the office environment.
  • Twitter Security

    November 30, 2022
    As anyone with a Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram account knows, privacy settings can be baffling. There’s a multitude of places to click, choices to make, and settings to turn on or off. It can be difficult to know how secure you are when using social media. Complicating matters, some recent events have set off alarm bells for cybersecurity experts and individuals and businesses should be especially cautious. Twitter has been in the headlines almost daily since tech billionaire Elon Musk…
  • Your Subscription Is Up

    November 30, 2022
    If it’s not one scam, it’s another. Hackers have a seemingly endless supply of new and creative ways to bilk you out of your money. The latest rage for hackers is “callback phishing.” In this scam, fraudsters don’t call you, you call them. Callback phishing scams, perpetrated by groups such as Luna Moth, Silent Ransom Group, Quantum, and Roy/Zeon have cost victims hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to a report from the cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Network. The scams…
  • Five Frauds in 2022

    November 30, 2022
    Occupational fraud may be the most costly and common type of financial crime in the world, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). “Occupational fraud” means fraud committed by individuals against the organizations that employ them. In 2021, the ACFE estimated that $4.7 trillion is lost to fraud globally. Asset misappropriation schemes, the most common, have a median loss of $100,000.00. Financial statement fraud schemes, the least common, have a median loss of $593,000.00. Several cases of fraud…
  • Fowl Play

    November 21, 2022
    It’s sad, but true. Theft of Thanksgiving turkeys runs rampant in November. One year, Tisdale showed up at her small church in Pensacola, Florida to prepare the Thanksgiving feast they serve to the homeless and hungry in their community. Tisdale found the ten turkeys stolen. In Salem, Alabama, the owners of Backwater BBQ arrived the night before Thanksgiving to prepare free meals for veterans and first responders. They found their thirteen turkeys stolen. Stories of turkey thieves aren’t uncommon. Unfortunately,…
  • Native American Heritage Month

    November 21, 2022
    Efforts to honor the contributions Native Americans made to the growth of the United States began in the early 1900s. Dr. Arthur C. Parker, a Seneca Indian, worked with the Boys Scouts of America to create a day honoring the “First Americans.” In 1915, Red Fox James, a Blackfoot Indian, rode horseback from state to state petitioning for a day to honor Indians. He received approval from 24 states, and several states began to celebrate American Indian Day. In 1990,…
  • Small Businesses Beware

    November 16, 2022
    On Saturday, November 26, 2022, customers across the nation may “Shop Small.” The “Shop Small” movement is a part of Small Business Saturday—a day to support and celebrate small businesses and the impact they have on their communities. American Express founded the day in 2010 “because shopping at a family-owned framing spot or buying a handmade ring from your favorite online small business helps to promote more vibrant communities.” In 2011, the U.S. Senate passed a resolution in support of…
  • National Fast-Food Day

    November 16, 2022
    People have been eating fast food for approximately 4,000 years. In Ancient Rome and Greece, people visited street stands called thermopoliums. The name means "a place where something hot is sold." These early fast-food joints offered skewers of meat, fish, cheese, olives, bread, wine, and sweets. The first fast-food restaurant in the United States – a hot dog stand on Coney Island in New York—opened in 1867. Fast food grew in popularity in the 1950s, as Americans started their obsession…
  • Candy Thieves

    October 19, 2022
    It’s that time of year when thoughts turn to autumn leaves, chilly temperatures, and for kids (and the young at heart) costumes and candy. In 2021, consumers spent $4.6 billion on candy during the eight weeks leading up to Halloween, according to the National Confectioners’ Association. More people hand out Skittles to trick or treaters than any other candy. In 2019, Americans purchased approximately 3.3 million pounds of the rainbow candies; Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups were a close second with 3 million…