Tax identity theft has become a multibillion-dollar payday for cyberthieves. Here’s a Q & A to help you understand tax identity theft and ways to protect yourself.
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Time to break the cycle of making New Year’s resolutions we don’t keep. Instead, adopt a new credit attitude geared to making small “financial adjustments”.
Knowing where you stand with all three credit bureaus before you hit the dealership can put you in the driver’s seat – and help you get the most bang for your hard-earned bucks.
December was chosen to shine a light on identity theft as it’s prime time for identity thieves to do their “shopping”, too. Here are some tips to help you fight identity theft year-round.
Attention, online shoppers! Identity thieves are banking on you, and your credit, to be easy prey. Cyber Monday is prime time for identity thieves to get in on the online action.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may save you cash, but your credit scores could pay the price. The challenge is to get in on the multitude of “deals and steals” while keeping your spending on track – and your credit scores intact.
In today’s digital age, data breaches and stolen personal data sold on the black market are the new normal. Early detection is critical to stopping identity thieves in their tracks.