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Facebook breach: what to do next

Facebook recently announced the largest breach in the company’s history. The breach affected about 50 million users, allowing hackers to take over their accounts. If you use Facebook, you may be wondering what to do… (more)

Affordable fall fun

Three fun (and affordable) activities you can only do in fall Fall can be summed up in one word: relief. The cooler temperatures help you shake the summer heat, and more importantly, the plethora of… (more)

Credit dispute how-to

How to dispute an error on your credit report If you’ve spotted an error on one of your credit reports, you should take immediate steps to correct the inaccuracy. Around 25% of U.S. consumers found… (more)

Six Ways To Teach Your Kids About Saving Money

Saving money is one of the most important aspects of building wealth and having a secure financial foundation.  Yet many of us have learned the importance of saving money through trial and error, and more importantly,… (more)

Just popping in to scam you

You’re working on your computer when, suddenly, a message pops up on the screen: “Virus detected! Call now for a free security scan and to repair your device.” That’s a tech support scam. Don’t call,… (more)

Don’t fall for calls of wolf!

“I lost my wallet and ID. I’m stranded — please wire money.” “Your grandson is being held in jail. He needs bail money right away.” Scammers try to trick you into thinking a loved one… (more)