Archive for June, 2011

Be Selective about Ordering Drugs Online

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Like all of E-commerce, or any commerce for that matter, heed the caveat, “Let the buyer beware.” This goes for prescription medications available to purchase on the Internet. The convenience is great and many of the Web-based pharmacies are reputable. Because of the burgeoning growth of the Internet pharmacies, policing the sites are a problem for the state medical and pharmacy boards (the legal watchdog of prescription medication.) (more…)

Selling Your Used Car Post 8

Friday, June 17th, 2011

Getting Rid of Complete Junkers

Say that the car is undrivable, and so beat up that you can’t even sell it. You call the charities, and they won’t touch it with a ten foot pole. The choices left: (more…)

Selling Your Used Car Post 7

Friday, June 10th, 2011

This has been a big enough problem that most states now have exemptions for certain situations. With smog tests, many states now say that “The car must pass the emissions test, or the owner must spend a minimum of $200.00 in an attempt to bring it into compliance.” (more…)

Selling Your Used Car Post 6

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Lowball Sale Prices. Many people will ask you to write a lower price than they actually paid you on the title and bill of sale, to save on sales tax at DMV. Ethical? Unethical? That depends on your point of view about government. However, we will definitely say that a buyer who wants you to write $4,000 on the bill of sale and then pay you with a check for $5,000, is completely loony. They’re asking you to aid in tax fraud – and then deposit a check that proves it! If they’re paying cash, your call. (more…)