Those of us who don’t live in the Valley, however, may find the concept of driverless cars hard to take in, while those responsible for coming up with the technology behind these wonders are beginning to think about how these cars will change the city they know and love. For example, imagine what will happen when you have to fly out of town. You won’t need to worry about getting from the long term parking lot to the airport entrance with your luggage. Maybe your driverless car will drop you off at the airport entrance and park on its own. Kars for Kids thinks there will be some kind of automated system to cart away all the vehicles at once and deposit them into parking spaces.
Incorrect account and routing numbers: It’s convenient to have your tax refunds deposited directly into your account, but make a mistake in citing the account number and your return may end up in someone else’s account. At the very least, the error will cause your refund to be delayed. Check that number once, twice, and thrice.
Forgotten tax deductions: Did you donate your car to a car donation charity such as Kars4Kids? Don’t forget to claim the deduction. You have it coming to you, after all.
One of the most challenging parts of crisis communication is reacting. It needs to have the right message and happen in a timely quick matter. Problems do not go away on their own, you can’t outwork them. In PR Book “For Immediate Release” by Ronn Torossian there are many examples of handling crisis PR situations […]