Black Friday and Cyber Monday can be fun – but they can also put you at risk. Here are 5 scams to look out for as you brave the frenzied crowds while trying to snag the best deals after Thanksgiving.
Is anyone else panicking that Thanksgiving is only a week away? If it’s your first time hosting like me, you probably are. If not, please send your good vibes my way! Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a big “planner.” I’ve been stressing about my menu for weeks now, which has probably added more stress than necessary. But, the good news is that you get to benefit from my high-stressed planning strategies! In this blog I’ll share my entire Thanksgiving Day menu and tips I’ve gathered from family and anxiety-fueled research.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is warning of a surge in Social Security scams heartlessly targeting the elderly who depend on Social Security benefits for basic living needs. The scammers also know that the elderly can be overly trusting, making them easy victims. And, unfortunately, these scams are too often successful. Here’s how these scams work:
Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate family. If you live far from home though, making the trip to see them might not be an option. But, that doesn’t mean you have to spend the whole week curled up in bed. To fight the homesick blues, gather your still-in-town friends and make your very own Friendsgiving dinner! Here are a few tips to give your holiday meal the classic flavors of home.