Felicia A. Williams

Felicia A. Williams is a wife, mother, freelance writer and owner of Tidbits and Stuff.

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Classic Car Insurance: How to Protect Your Investment

Classic Car Insurance: How to Protect Your Investment

| December 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

There is nothing more exciting for a car collector than cruising down the road in a well-maintained, shiny classic car. Even non-car enthusiasts appreciate and marvel at classic cars. However, before you place your pride and joy on the road, you must protect your investment by purchasing classic car insurance. Unlike your everyday automobile insurance, […]

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Work from Home at a Virtual Job

Work from Home at a Virtual Job

| December 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

With so many people currently unemployed, the chances of finding a traditional job to replace an old job seems to get slimmer and slimmer. If finding a 9-5 job seems impossible, consider working a virtual job. With massive layoffs, companies going out of business and the shrinking economy, virtual jobs seems to be a cost-effective […]

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Claiming Undelivered IRS Tax Refund Checks

Claiming Undelivered IRS Tax Refund Checks

| December 10, 2011 | 0 Comments

Don’t be one of the 99,123 taxpayers who did not receive their tax refund check. The Internal Revenue Service has over $153 million of undelivered tax refund checks for the 2010 tax year. According to their website, the average refund amount is $1,547. That’s a lot of money. Cause for Non-Delivery The major cause of […]

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NY Used Car Lemon Laws

NY Used Car Lemon Laws

| December 9, 2011 | 0 Comments

New York’s Lemon Law does not apply to new vehicles only. The Used Car Lemon Law passed in 1984 extended protection to consumers that have bought used or pre-owned vehicles. Before submitting a claim, make sure that your vehicle falls within the used car category. New York Lemon Law Criteria Not all pre-owned vehicles qualify […]

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New York New Car Lemon Laws

New York New Car Lemon Laws

| November 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Below are the criteria and process for new car owners to file a claim under New York’s New Car Lemon Law protection. Before filing a claim, check to see if the car fits all four of the following conditions: The vehicle is not used commercially. It auto must be operated primarily for personal use. The […]

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New York Lemon Laws

New York Lemon Laws

| November 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

New York state enacted its New Car Lemon Law in 1983 and the following year enacted the Used Car Lemon Law. Ten years later,in 1993, another law was enacted to cover motorized wheelchairs. New or Used: Selecting the Proper Category Individuals looking for protection under the New York Lemon Law must first determine which of […]

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Florida Used Car Lemon Law

Florida Used Car Lemon Law

| November 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

As of this writing, 11/7/2011, there is no used car lemon law in Florida. While the state of Florida does have a lemon law policy for new cars, they do not have the used car lemon Law. Therefore, if you are in a state of Florida and purchasing a used or pre-owned car, the onus […]

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How to File a Lemon Law Claim in Connecticut

How to File a Lemon Law Claim in Connecticut

| October 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

In 1982 Connecticut first enacted legislation to protect car buyers from ending up with a lemon. Since 1982 the Lemon Law has been enhanced and tweaked their Automobile Dispute Arbitration Program to cover the latest technologies for private passenger, combination vehicles and motorcycles. New or Used: Not Too Many Options Connecticut only really has a […]

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Applying for a Federal Employers Identification Number (EIN)

Applying for a Federal Employers Identification Number (EIN)

| October 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

A Federal Employers Identification Number (EIN) is the equivalent of a business social security number. Businesses and some individuals apply for and employers’ identification number in order to report income/withholdings and file tax forms. Some independent contractors (while not required to have one) prefer to use an employers identification number instead of a social security […]

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Book Review: God’s Plan for Your Finances

Book Review: God’s Plan for Your Finances

| October 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

God’s Plan for Your Finance by: Dwight Nichols Copyright: 1998 ISBN: 0-88368-509-4 Because I’m on the quest to become debt-free, I’m filling my brain with as much positive information as possible. Over the past couple weeks I’ve been reading and following the book, God’s Plan for Your Finances by Dwight Nichols. This book is 203 […]

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