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5 Things to know about rest and lunch breaks

Are employers required to provide a lunch break? How about a coffee break?  Here are five things you should know about employment laws that are put in place regarding rest and lunch breaks:

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Eligibility for Social Security Disability: Things You Need To Know

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a part of the Social Security Administration (SSA) which was set up to aid workers who became disabled and could no longer work in the workforce. It is vital to have proper evidence that supports the claim before you can qualify for this benefit as an individual.

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What You Should Know Before Getting A New Credit Card

Online banking is extremely popular, and now check card and credit card has become a daily use especially among young consumers. Credit card companies and banks are continually creating new products and sales pitches to get people to sign up for their latest offering. However, before you commit to a new credit card, it is crucial that you understand the rules and laws governing the use of check cards and credit cards while choosing the right one.

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divorce

Tips To Securing Your Assets In A Divorce

 You don’t need to be a world-class lawyer to protect your assets in a divorce. According to statistics, about 40 to 50 percent of marriages in the United States end up in a divorce. And besides beings mentally and physically stressful, it can also lay waste to your finance for years. If you don’t want to lose your shirt during this period, here are a few tips to help you protect your assets. 

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Field Sobriety Tests: Should I perform the Tests?

The charge of DUI requires proof that a driver was affected by alcohol consumption. It means that evidence must be presented that a driver’s physical or mental functions were affected and should not be driving a car. The roadside tests known as field sobriety tests are the horizontal gaze nystagmus, walk and turn, and the one leg stand the test. Sometimes they will add the preliminary breathalyzer test. 

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