Consumers' Checkbook

Facebook Privacy Settings Checkup

Many Facebook users would be surprised to learn their old posts and personal info are on display for millions of strangers, including colleagues, future employers, and snoopers. Here’s how to check your profile and adjust your privacy settings to scrub off stuff you want hidden. Article written for Consumers’ Checkbook.

When you hit the “Post” button on Facebook, who can see what you shared? Your friends? Your friends of friends? What about all the stuff you posted when you first got on Facebook in the late-aughts? Who can see that? Continue reading “Facebook Privacy Settings Checkup”

Kaulkin Ginsberg

Kaulkin Ginsberg Celebrates 25 Years of Serving the ARM Industry

The Maryland-based advisory firm continues its mission to make a difference for middle-market accounts receivable management companies as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. Press release written for

ROCKVILLE, Md. – Mike Ginsberg believes that if the referral M. Kaulkin & Associates, Inc., – now Kaulkin Ginsberg – received in 1991 hadn’t been to sell a local collection agency, his life would’ve been a heck of a lot different. Continue reading “Kaulkin Ginsberg Celebrates 25 Years of Serving the ARM Industry”

Maryland Capital News Service

“How Could You?!” Maryland Sounds Off on Flawed ObamaCare Website

Only minutes after the Maryland Health Connection website launched on Oct. 1, 2013, complaints from frustrated Maryland residents started pouring in.

Their comments, submitted through a feedback form at and obtained by Capital News Service through a Public Information Act request, offer a firsthand look at the problems the public faced using the flawed website to sign up for health coverage.

Capital News Service reporters read a selection of the 4,227 comments left by users of the Maryland Health Connection website. These comments are verbatim and have not been edited. They may contain misspellings, poor grammar and redacted profanity.

Video reported and produced for Maryland Capital News Service. Visit the Capital News Service website to read the curated comments and analysis.