Zachary Love

Zachary Love

Zachary Love is an accountant and a freelance writer. Zack has an interest in Health & Wellness, including nutritional supplements. He has a passion for entrepreneurship, and enjoys watching the television shows, Shark Tank and Cutthroat Kitchen.
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  • Medicare Paid $77 Billion in 2012 to Physicians With Potential Fraud Implications
    The American Medical Association has kept Medicare payment information private since a 1979 injunction, but this was overturned in May 2013 by a U.S. District Court Judge. New information is now being released for 2012 Medicare payouts at $77 billion.
  • First Person Job Tips from a Career Accountant
    Accounting can be a tough field to take on as a profession. Not everyone is good with numbers, and some people need more excitement at their job. These tips will help you succeed in the real world as an accountant, and help you to get promoted to the top.
  • 4 Vitamins and Supplements Men Should Take for the Best Health
    Most men don't get all of the nutrients they need to maintain their health. That is why heart disease is the number one killer of males in America. Find out what vitamins and supplements every man should take to prevent heart disease and cancer.
  • A Bigger Paycheck is Why Nick Saban is Leaving the Alabama Crimson Tide
    Alabama Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban is on the verge of another BCS title for Alabama, and is being offered more money to coach the Texas Longhorns. Will he leave Alabama for greener pastures? Probably. Are Alabama fans worried? Yes.
  • Kevin Trudeau: Book Writer, TV Pitchman, and Con Artist
    Kevin Trudeau is a TV pitchman who has been seen in infomercials claiming to have a "life changing product." His sales pitches are so convincing that people pick up the phone and buy useless products that don't work. Don't be deceived by this con man.
  • Spring Time Doesn't Wait on Winter
    Spring is the season that waits on no one. Plants accelerate at the speed of life, when the sun and rain beat on their winter door. Spring does not want to give a notice. It comes and goes when it pleases.
  • Riviera Maya, Mexico: One Place You "Must Visit" on a Carribean Cruise to Cozumel
    Learn about one tourist hotspot that you might not know about between Cancun and Cozumel, Mexico: Riviera Maya. The Riviera Maya is a great location for scuba diving and learn the history of some of the oldest sinkholes filled with drinkable water.
  • Alabama Crimson Tide 'Ready to Roll' in 2012 College Football
    The 2012 college football season has started, and the Alabama Crimson Tide win their season opener against Michigan to solidify their place as #1. Alabama is ready to work hard toward winning another National Championship.
  • "Best in the West" OKC Thunder Will Win 2012 NBA Championship
    The NBA Playoffs feature the best teams in the league, but there has been one team this season that has proven during the regular 2012 NBA season that they truly are the best team. Read why the OKC Thunder will become the 2012 National Champions.
  • First Person Advice from an Accountant: Why a Family Budget is Neccesary
    Being an accountant has a few benefits. Mainly when it comes time to do taxes, and when it comes time to household budgeting. Find out why it is important for every family to do a budget and stick to it, so you can enjoy life to the fullest.
  • First Person: Even Accountants Make Tax Mistakes
    Tax filing does not have to be difficult, but in 2009, I had a bad experience with the 'tax man.' We had a small issue filing our taxes when the IRS would not accept our First Time Homebuyer Credit. Persistence paid off in our struggle to file our taxes.
  • Bad Weather Coming: Dark Skies in Forecast
    Is bad weather headed for you? Read this prose that expresses how we feel when bad weather is headed our way.
  • Command and Conquer: Tiberium Alliances Beta is Play 4 Free?
    Command and Conquer: Tiberium Alliances is the latest "Play 4 Free" title in the Electronic Arts lineup of online games offered. Many players have lined up for a chance to play in the Beta version of this game, but there are just not enough Beta keys.
  • Alabama Voter: I Backed Ron Paul Based on Convictions, not Electability
    As a GOP evangelical Christian, I wanted my voice to be heard in the Alabama GOP primary. Even if my candidate does not make it to the general election, my voice needs to be heard, and my vote counted.
  • Knicks & Lin Knock Off Sacramento in Seven Game Winning Streak
    The country is abuzz with the hottest story around: Jeremy Lin. Not only did he rise from the D-Leagues and obscurity, but New York Knicks fans are enthralled by the winning momentum he has fueled to the team with pure passion and a little "Linsanity."
  • New York Knicks Star, Jeremy Lin: The Hard-working Hero from Harvard
    For those who follow the NBA, stars are not born overnight in the big leagues. However, the NBA's hottest new superstar has risen from the D League, and is turning heads of both Knicks fans and fellow NBA players alike, including Kobe Bryant.
  • Explosive Terra Nova 2 Hr. Season Finale Airs on FOX
    Terra Nova, the "dinosaur" drama on FOX, has delivered action-packed sci-fi action that began in the Fall 2011.
  • SEC West is 2011 College Football Best: LSU, Alabama, & Arkansas
    The SEC West has accomplished an incredible feat in the 2011 College Football Season: LSU, Alabama, and Arkansas have snagged the 1, 2, and 3 rankings, respectively. One remaining regular season game apiece will determine who will go on to the big game.
  • LSU Tigers Beat Alabama Crimson Tide in 'Biggest Game Ever'
    If you are a college football fan, then you will undoubtedly know that the LSU Tigers played the Alabama Crimson Tide in a regular season SEC matchup that is the equivalent of a National Championship game. Read to find out what happened.
  • Kim Kardashian Marriage Ends, While Justin Bieber Fights Paternity Lawsuit
    Two of the biggest name celebrities are churning in the news right now - Kim Kardashian and Justin Bieber. They both are fighting off negative publicity due to recent events. Plus read to find out about a tweet that links Kim to Justin.
  • Ashton Kutcher Cheating on Demi Moore Again?
    Ashton Kutcher, the new star of the CBS show, Two and a Half Men, has been accused of cheating on Demi Moore again. Is their marriage really on the rocks? Find out where Ashton is staying now as he tries to salvage his marriage.
  • Find Out Your Purpose in Life: Stop Spinning Your Wheels
    Have you found yourself in the monotony of life, wondering how you will ever free yourself from the never-ending bore of the same old routine? Did you know that your daily life can be exciting. The key is: Find out your purpose of life and never let go.
  • Two and a Half Men Season 9: Ashton Kutcher's Walden No Different from Charlie
    After the hiatus of Two and a Half Men, Season 9 returns to CBS after Charlie Sheen was fired from Season 8. Ashton Kutcher is the new lead role, with a character that is different, but still very similar to Charlie. Read to find out more.
  • Building an Online Writing Portfolio & How to Get More Page Views
    Writing online is one the fastest growing forms of publication for freelance writers, but to be considered for a job, you must first have an online writing portfolio. This article provides tips on how to jumpstart your portfolio with page views.
  • How to Know If God Exists: An Examination of Religions
    If God exists, wouldn't you want to know about it? Let's say you possessed 1% of all of the knowledge in the world. Is it possible that God exists in the 99% of the rest of the knowledge out there? The answer is: Yes. Read to find out more.
  • Best Video Game in 2011: Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon
    What could be better than a video game where you destroy large insects using various guns and rocket launchers? That is why I recommend playing Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon. This is my favorite game of 2011 and this article tells you why.
  • 'Diamond' Planet Found in Space by Astronomers
    A 'Diamond planet' discovered in our galaxy by astronomers. An astronomical find of this magnitude is extraordinarily rare in the solar system, which is why the diamond planet is trending among scientists. Read to find out more on this rare find.
  • Steve Jobs Hands Apple Resignation Letter
    Steve Jobs has always been associated with the powerhouse company, Apple. After 11 great years, Apple will have to move forward without their fearless leader and CEO. What does the resignation letter say? Read to find out more.
  • John Henson Wipeout Quotes: 25 of the Best
    John Henson, from ABC's Wipeout is one of television's funniest hosts. This is a compilation of quotes from on Wipeout. Read this to see 25 great ones.
  • Rumor: Will and Jada Pinkett Smith Are Separating
    The split of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith have caught us all by surprise. In celebrity sightings, they appear to be a strong family, raising Willow and Jaden Smith, so what could have caused this breakup? Read here to find out more on this rumor.
  • Channing Crowder Retires from NFL at Age 27?
    Channing Crowder, an NFL linebacker, is retiring from the Miami Dolphins at age 27. Is this the end of his football career, or is he going to have a 'Brett Favre' retirement? He says he is done but his actions say otherwise. Find out more here.
  • The Justin Bieber Selena Gomez Break Up: Fact or Rumor?
    Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are two of Hollywood's most watched celebrities. OK Magazine reported that these two have broken up and have gone separate ways. Is this true? Read this article to find out the truth on their celebrity relationship.
  • The Jennifer Lopez Marc Anthony Split
    Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have split after seven years of marriage. Is this yet another case of a failed Hollywood marriage? Do any marriages out of tinsel town last? Read this article to find out some lesser-known details about this couple's split.
  • Two Obstacles in the Future of the U.S. Space Industry
    Since 1958 - when N.A.S.A. first become operational - the U.S. has pioneering space exploration. Now, first the first time in 50 years, N.A.S.A. will have to rely on the private industry to continue venturing into space, after overcoming two obstacles.
  • My Thoughts on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2
    Harry Potter has made billions of dollars off of moviegoers. Money is why Hollywood has broken up the Deathly Hallows into two parts. This editorial piece gives some insight into this strategic move and what this franchise is really about.
  • Don't Leave Home Without a Camping Checklist
    Have you ever gone camping and when you get to the campsite, you realize that you forgot to bring an important camping item with you? Print a camping checklist, and this won't happen to you. Read this article to learn about Important items not to forget.
  • Multiple Realities Found on Netflix, Not in a Parallel Universe
    As seen in science, religion, and entertainment, the Multiverse Hypothesis proposes that there are many variations of the reality you currently live in. This article examines how we can see through the other side of the looking glass into another reality.
  • Want Rooster Feathers in Your Hair? Several Options Available
    Rooster feathers are the latest craze in a hair trend, thanks to celeb Steven Tyler - most recently a judge on American Idol. Fly shops and rooster farms nationwide have sold out of feathers, and salons can't keep them in stock. What's a woman to do?
  • 'Dead Zone' in Gulf of Mexico to Curb Commercial Fishing
    The commercial fishing industry in the Gulf of Mexico has struggled immensely after the BP Oil Spill in 2010. Scientists are now predicting the largest 'dead zone' ever recorded for the Gulf, which will no doubt hurt the struggling fishing industry.
  • 2011 NBA Championship: Dallas Mavericks Will 'Beat the Heat'
    The Dallas Mavericks and the Miami Heat match up in the 2011 NBA Championship, but only one team will win it all. This article examines why the Dallas Mavericks is the best of these two teams and why they will be crowned the 2011 NBA Champions.
  • Get Paid to Work as an Online Writer in 4 Easy Steps
    Would you like to earn extra income by writing? Do you enjoy writing and want to use this skill to your advantage? Great. Now you need to know how to get started. Read this guide and learn how to start earning money as a writer now.
  • 'Bio Station Alpha' Discovered on Mars by David Martines
    Is there life on other planets? This question is on the minds of many intrigued by the vastness of the universe. David Martines believes he has found what he calls "Bio Station Alpha" - created by extra-terrestrials on Mars. Read more...
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  • Kirk Cameron, Stephen Hawking Have Different Spiritual Views on Heaven
    Kirk Cameron, most notably known for his role on Growing Pains, has publicly spoken out against Stephen Hawking's view on Heaven. Cameron is now a Christian actor and public speaker and I have personally met him. Read about it here...
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Marriage Ends, Acting Career Starts Anew
    Arnold Schwarzenegger has been the 38th Governor of California since 2003. An actor-turned-politician, Arnold is returning to the entertainment industry since his political retirement - but his marriage to Maria Shriver is over. Read more here...
  • Johnny Depp and His 'Special' Love for Pirates of the Caribbean
    Johnny Depp is a household name. You may recognize him for his role as Capt. Jack Sparrow - a charming and witty pirate, capable of wooing any damsel in distress, while shipwrecked on a desert island. Read to find out more on Johnny and his epic role.
  • Judge Judy: The Best 'Judy-isms' From Her Courtroom
    Judge Judy is the most watched courtroom in America. She strikes fear in the hearts of liars, and has little patience for those without common sense. That is why we love watching her. Read all of her best one liners here.
  • How to Get Website Feedback with StartupLift
    Where does one go to get an honest website critique? The answer is: StartupLift! This website provides insightful usability reviews to startups that want to build a positive image for their brand. Read to find out more.
  • Aliens Do Exist: Fossil Found by NASA Scientist & Conspiracies Examined
    Scientists have always been troubled by the question: Do aliens exist on other planets? Dr. Richard B. Hoover, a scientist from NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, claims that he has new evidence that aliens do exist. Read to find out more.
  • A List of Charlie Sheen's 'Charlie-isms'...Because Drug Tests Don't Lie
    Charlie Sheen - has been busy since the cancellation of his show by CBS and Warner Bros. In the absence of working, Charlie has taken on many interviews displaying his best "Charlie-isms" that would make Chuck Norris proud. Read them here.
  • How to Identify when a Celebrity Needs Help
    Celebrities are people too! They are not impervious to the same issues that non-celebs deal with. This article gives you practical ways to identify if a celebrity life is spiraling out of control and has lost touch with reality.
  • Six Tips on Buying a Used Car at a Great Price
    Buying a car doesn't have to be hard or scary. This article gives advice on when to buy, and when to run! You can leave the car lot with a really nice car without racking up a huge monthly payment if you take the advice found in this article...
  • Can Robocop and the Chrysler 200 Save Detroit?
    Detroit is seen by many as a shell of what it used to be. RoboCop and the Chrysler 200 have recently been trending as the solution to Detroit's problems. Find out in this article if they are enough to bail out the Motor City.
  • Never Say Never: Justin Bieber's Rise to Fame
    Justin Bieber's movie, Never Say Never, is a sign of his undeniable success in the pop music industry. Was this success typical or a freak accident of epic proportions? Read to find out more...
  • Effectively Negotiate with Angel Investors: It's as Easy as Fishing
    Most business owners and patent holders have no clue what to do if given the chance to meet with an angel investor. This teaches you how to apply Dale Carnegie's technique of "baiting the hook to suit the fish" to business negotiations with an investor.
  • 3 Things You Need to Know Before Seeking an Angel Investor
    Do you need to find an angel investor to make your small business dream a reality? This article shares important information to fund-seekers in hopes that your financial goals will be met.
  • Antoine Dodson, Committed Emerge as Stars in 2010
    In 2010, two acts emerge from the shadows as popular entertainers - Antoine Dodson (with help from the Gregory Bros.) and the group, Committed, who won NBC's "The Sing-Off." This article reveals two things that both of these acts have in common.
  • Auburn Vs. Oregon: The Best BCS Bowl Yet
    The Auburn Tigers go up against the Oregon Ducks in the BCS National Championship game. This game is unlike any Championship game we have seen before. Read this article to find out why.
  • Tron Three Not "Meant to Be"
    Tron: Legacy is the highly-anticipated sequel to the 1982 movie, Tron. 28 years later, Kevin Flynn's son must find out why his dad mysteriously disappeared and fight in the cyber-world created by Kevin Flynn and CLU.
  • Tron: Legacy and World of Warcraft: Cataclysm Escape Reality
    Tron: Legacy and World of Warcraft: Cataclysm are two newly released productions in the entertainment. This movie and video game epitomizes the theme escapism, and how it is becoming the norm in our society.
  • Cam Newton Not National Champion...Yet
    Cam Newton has won both the Heisman Trophy and the Sporting News College Football Player of the Year award for 2010. Cam Newton looks ahead to the BCS National Championship game.
  • Eligible Cam Newton Eyes Heisman Trophy in 2010
    Cam Newton, the most controversial college football player of 2010, is on the brink of winning a National Championship. The world watches as he tops the ESPN Experts' Poll for the Heisman Watch.
  • How to Get Pageviews & Make Money as a Yahoo! Contributor
    Are you new to the Yahoo! Contributor Network? Would you like to know how to make money on the Yahoo! Contributor Network? This article will give you helpful advice on how to get pageviews on your first articles published.
  • First person advice from a soccer coach: three easy drills to develop two basic skills
    Coaching a soccer team does not have to be hard. These 3 drills will give you a foundation to build the 2 most important skills in soccer: shooting and passing.
  • The 2011 BCS Championship Preview
    Only the best of the best come to play in the Rose Bowl. This year, the teams that stand out are Auburn, Oregon, and TCU. But only two can go to the BCS Championship to fight for the biggest title in college football: National Champion.
  • Do the Dew: A Review of Mountain Dew White Out
    Mountain Dew has been a consistently popular soft drink for a long time. Their latest flavor, Mountain Dew White Out, is officially the newest face of this franchise, winning with over three million fan votes.
  • A Overview of Stargate Universe: Season One
    Stargate Universe: Season One is the third series in the Stargate series. It takes place upon a ship called "Destiny" - the ship's mission is unknown. The crew must figure out how they will get home as the ship travels the opposite direction.
  • Are TSA Pat-Downs at Airport Too Invasive?
    Many Americans feel that their privacy is being invaded upon as TSA agents give them pat-downs in security screenings. Those in opposition of this security measures want to boycott these screenings the day before Thanksgiving.
  • More Internet and Technology Equal Less Communication During the Holidays
    Gadgets and the latest technology keep us connected to the internet, but disconnected from real people. Mobile devices hinder us from social interactions and face-to-face communication. What can you do to better communicate during the holidays?
  • My Thoughts on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1
    Harry Potter has made billions of dollars. What does this latest movie offer someone who has not seen the previous movies? Does it entice your typical movie-goer to jump in on the latest movie?
  • Cam Newton Employed by Auburn
    Cam Newton is the front-runner for the Heisman trophy. This article explains the controversy and why is he under investigation by the F.B.I.
  • First Person From an Accountant: 5 Small Business Tips to Avoid an IRS Audit
    When it comes to taxes, good record keeping and solid business ethics are critical to the success of your business.
  • Iron Man Suit Not Fiction
    Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Iron Man was a reality? Well that day has come when this fictional suit of comic books is in the early stages of real-life applications.
  • Smart Pills: Advancing in Technology
    Technology improvements are constantly changing the world around us. The smart pill has dramatically changed and improved due to technological advancements. This article will inform you of the latest smart pill.
  • Dataveillance, Surveillance, & Data Mining: Somebody's Watching You
    Have you ever felt like you were being watched? This article examines the implications of surveillance, dataveillance, and data mining and how they can affect your civil liberties.
  • High Fructose Corn Syrup or Corn Sugar?
    High fructose corn syrup is a common ingredient used on everyday foods. It has negative effects on your health, but the Corn Refiners Association says otherwise.
  • Glory in God's Word
    The Bible can help you think positive, give glory where glory is due, understand the reality that everyone will be judged, and put our focus back on God.
  • SCVNGR Creates Theory X Employees
    Theory X and Theory Y are popular theories in modern Management. Internet technology that has the ability to influence behavior can and will affect the next generation.
  • Black Holes Take on New Roles
    What are black holes that we encounter in our modern culture? Black holes are encountered in sports and on the internet.
  • Trilogies Should Follow These Simple Rules
    Sequels are rarely better than the original. Several key factors are important to consider when making a movie. Keep these things in mind when deciding if you should make a trilogy or keep the movie at one.
  • Amazon Black Friday Deals
    Great deals can be found online! The Amazon Black Friday Countdown sale takes place online and is simple to find.
  • Biometric Technology Vital for Security
    Biometrics is being widely used to identify people. This technology increases security and helps in the war on terrorism.
  • Time Travelers Have Technology
    Is Time Travel a proven science in the future? This article discusses the possibilities, and what the technological barriers are.
  • Earbuds Linked to Hearing Loss
    Personal earbud use has been linked to hearing loss. Prevent ear damage by limiting your earbud use and take precautions to protect your hearing.
  • Another Dr. Seuss Book Adapted
    Many Dr. Seuss books have an underlying theme or message. His latest to be turned into a movie is The Lorax about environmentalism and anti-consumerism.
  • Wal-Mart Anticipates to Assimilate Africa
    Will Wal-Mart successfully acclimate to Africa's culture and economy? There are 1 billion people in Africa who consume goods. Will this be a profitable move for the retail giant?
  • Time Travel is Terrific!
    This article discusses the use of time travel in modern day films. Do you think this concept is over used or over done?
  • Past Trauma, Today's Drama
    Life experiences can affect your perspective on reality. Have you dealt with a life-changing event and have you dealt with it?
  • Bing Gets Bling
    On October 13th, Bing and Facebook made the announcement they will combine forces to add social searches. Internet searches through Bing will be able to search through profiles listed on Facebook.
  • Facebook Etiquette for Wave Riders
    Proper Facebook Etiquette and where to post other information about yourself. Why it is essential to know what you should and shouldn't post on Facebook.

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