Here is an ethical dilemma for you.
Suppose a former employer sent you a letter saying that they we giving you $3500 to help pay for your health insurance premiums. Also suppose that you think you are not entitled to the money and in fact called them to let them know of their mistake...twice.
Imagine that you even went so far as to check with a fellow retiree to confirm that he didn't get the same sweet offer. Further evidence that it is a mistake.
(A) Take the money and run,
(B) Refuse to take the money,
(C) Take the money but set it aside in an account for the day they figure out they screwed up?
I'm doing (c) on the off chance that they really know what they are talking about. How long is the statute of limitations on this do you suppose?
Things in this blog represented to be fact, may or may not actually be true. The writer is frequently wrong, sometimes just full of it, but always judgmental and cranky