Nevada Unemployment Rate Decline Brings SEB Program to an End

By Jim Donahue The Employment Security Division of Nevada’s Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR) announced Monday that the federally funded State extended benefits program would be ending on July 7, 2012. Administrator for the Employment Security Division, Renee Olsen, said in a statement, “This exceptionally severe recession left many people unemployed for long […]

Insurance premiums and your credit

By Dorothy Bunce As a bankruptcy attorney, I know a lot of people with bad credit. Until recently, though, no one had ever brought up a problem involving the dirty little secret of the relationship between insurance premiums and credit scores. I received a call from one of my Chapter 13 clients who had been […]

Facebook losing customer base: Customer service at issue

By Billy Bob Bramscher Facebook may be a social utility that connects people with friends and others, yet if you have ever tried connecting with Facebook regarding a customer service issue, like other frustrated users, it’s quickly realized that, except for a generic drop-down box of predetermined choices with auto-responses, Facebook had zero customer service. […]