Protecting Our Children From Identity Theft

by Justin Weinger on April 25, 2015

ShareTweet One of the reasons that identity theft is now the fastest growing crime in the United States is simply this; it’s a very difficult problem to solve. Even worse is the fact that, like monkeys, identity thieves go for the “lowest hanging” fruit first. In other words, they target our children because they are […]

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ShareTweet It happens every time you go to see your family physician, or to the emergency room (which hopefully happens less frequently). You’re filling out a ream of paper work and you come to the space where those nine extremely important digits that make up your Social Security number need to be filled in. The […]

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Security Risks with Online Banking

by Justin Weinger on June 13, 2012

ShareTweet Many people now conduct their banking business online and open online banking accounts. Banks have continuously assured customers that doing so is completely safe and that accounts are protected with sophisticated encrypted security features that prevent hackers from gaining access. With these safety features in place many customers have switched over to online banking […]

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ShareTweet All too often we just jam things into our wallets and purses without really giving them much thought. While it hardly ever ends up being an issue, keeping the wrong things in your wallet or purse could end up leading to a financial nightmare. In an interesting article on Fox Business entitled “10 Things […]

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