Tag Archives: social media safety

Do You Monitor Your Teen’s Phone?

The majority of teens today have a phone, which can be a good thing. If they’re running late, need a ride, or have a problem they can instantly reach their parents, grandparents, or a guardian. With a Smartphone they can use their device for homework help, GPS location for directions, and more. Kids having phones can really be a good thing for both the parent and their teen. ...

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Keeping Your Teen Safe on Social Media

Thanks to today’s technology, it’s very common for pre-teens and teens to have personal accounts on social media. A recent American study found that 94% of teens had a Facebook account, each with an average of 425 Facebook Friends, and it is likely that statistics for Canadian teens are similar.

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4 Need To Know Tips For Social Media Safety

Do you post photos of your kids on Facebook? Most parents do without batting an eye. They know who their Facebook friends are, and they completely trust the family and close friends that see their photos. The problem is that if the security settings on the account are not set properly anyone and everyone could be reading your post. Anyone who happens on your Facebook page could stumble upon your...

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Deborah Shure answers the question about whether your nanny or elder caregiver is your employee or self employed
Deborah Shure answers the hard questions and discusses nanny & elder caregiver contracts, gross versus net pay & more
Deborah Shure discusses why paying your nanny or elder caregiver cash under the table is never a good idea
Deborah Shure discusses why an online calculator might not be the answer to your calculation frustration
Deborah Shure helps you get started with payroll for your nanny or elder caregiver