It was my grandson’s birthday party. I knew I wasn’t going to make it- but would spend the rest of the day with him, my daughter, and my son-in-law. I didn’t leave my home at the break of dawn, since I only had to be in Philly by 11 or so.
Continue reading Death by Cop
Here we go, again. The GOP is siding with big business instead of US residents. It’s not really a surprise- except for what it does to our lives.
Continue reading You ARE for sale!
CYA. You know what it means. The problem is that concept does nothing to make us healthier.
Drs. Y. Tsugawa, A.K. Jha, J.P. Newhouse, A.M. Zaslavsky, and A.B. Jena of Harvard (among other affiliations) published results of their study about these medical practices in JAMA Internal Medicine. (Actually, this is a pre-publication. )
Continue reading Money can’t buy me love. Turns out, it can’t buy better health outcomes, either.
The first day of spring has come and gone. And, for most of us, that means that our chances of feeling sick (other than allergies) has been attenuated.
Continue reading Winter Colds and Flu?
I am sure you know that part of our services is to prepare payroll and tax submissions on behalf of clients. (Our fees are better than ADP and Paychex- and we go beyond simply providing you paychecks.). But, we also refuse to pay the taxes on behalf of our clients. A few of them are pretty annoyed- at first.
Continue reading In God We Trust. Everyone else…
I live on a block that has all of the residents parallel parking on an alley way. And, my next door neighbor obviously never learned how to park his car. Which means that my bumpers bear the scars of his efforts.
Continue reading What Would YOU Do?
When I was about to receive my undergraduate degree, my advisor leaned on me. He wanted me to interview for jobs. Oh, sure, he knew I was going to grad school. But, he wanted me to take the interviews for a few reasons.
Continue reading So, what are you going to do?