Turns out Apple isn't too cool for school.
The company said Tuesday it would launch educational sessions globally with seminars called "Today at Apple." The free program will be open to the public and include more than 60 different classes on topics such as art, design, coding and photography.
The sessions will kick off worldwide in May at all 495 Apple's stores.
Read more here about the free classes to be taught by "Creative Pros"...
Caricature of William Ballantine. Caption reads "He resisted the temptation to cross-examine a Prince of the blood". (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Register here to watch "Working with the IRS Office of Appeals -- What to Expect," a free 90-minute webinar, scheduled for May 3 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Topics include the role of Appeals, an overview of Appeals policies and procedures, and an outline of procedures for examination and collection cases.
Certificates of completion will be offered. Earn one continuing education credit in Federal Tax.
The new program, enacted by Congress, enables designated contractors to collect, on the government's behalf, unpaid tax debts. Usually these are unpaid individual tax obligations that are several years old and not currently being pursued by IRS collection employees.
The Republican majorities in the United States House and Senate have voted to roll back Obama-era privacy rules for ISPs. The legislation is now headed to President Trump, who has indicated that he will sign it.
The rules set down by the Federal Communications Commission would have restricted your Internet service provider from collecting and selling your Internet browsing history to support advertising networks.