It’s easy to be fascinated by the tempting advertising of infomercials. Taglines such as ‘Miracle Cure!’ and ‘Only $19.95!’ may make you feel that it would be foolish not to buy. While there are many reputable products out there, there are equally as many health scams that cancel out the positives of the attractive media presentation. Spotting a scam called ‘health fraud’ can be done just be paying attention to the words used in the advertisement.
On June 26, 2015 the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) legalized same-sex marriage nationwide. In New York, same-sex couples were granted the freedom to marry in 2011. It’s important to know what rights were granted under the Marriage Equality Act—especially now that marriage equality is the law of the land.
Banks, credit card companies and other businesses use credit scores to estimate how likely you are to pay back money you borrow. A higher score makes it easier to qualify for a loan or lower interest rates. Many scores range from 300-850 but each company may use different ranges.