Consider the Source

The internet can be a wonderful resource but BEWARE: Not everything you read on the internet is true or accurate. It is also not a substitute for professional advice.  Sometimes, bad internet “advice” is easy to spot. For example, hopefully none of us will fall for headlines like: “How spending $162,301.42 on Clothes Made Me $692,500”, “African Billionaire Will Give $1 Million to Anyone Who Wants to Leave America if Trump is Elected” or “How to Make a Million Dollars in One Month.”  Identifying unreliable information isn’t always so easy. Have you ever started reading something that looks like an “article” only to realize that it is an advertisement? Have you ever gone to an internet “forum” for information and guidance? Some of the “professional guidance” found in internet forums is cringe worthy.    Read the article………….


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