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Breaking News: Russian Hackers Steal 1.2 Billion Online Passwords

August 8th 2014 by
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Reports came in this week that Russian hackers obtained online login credentials of approximately 1.2 billion people. 500 million email accounts were also compromised in this hacking. Hold Security discovered this breach and estimate that 420,000 websites have been impacted. The names of the companies and institutions affected have not been released yet, but they range from big brands to small businesses. Hold Security is reportedly working on a way to allow individuals to securely access a database to see if their information has been compromised. Take Steps to Protect Yourself Since the scope of this is still unknown, it’s…

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Should You Cosign a Loan?

August 7th 2014 by
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You’re put in a tough spot if you’re asked to cosign a loan. The borrower is in an even tougher spot. It’s hard to leave emotions out of it, but it’s important to think about what’s being asked of you and how it affects you. What Does it Mean to Cosign? As a cosigner, you are agreeing to take full responsibility for the debt if the borrower stops paying. It’s possible the creditor will even attempt to collect the debt from you rather than the borrower. But just because someone needs a cosigner, doesn’t mean they’re at high risk of…

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I Need My Cash Now: The ATM Dilemma

August 5th 2014 by
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I never carry cash on me. This is rarely a problem given the widespread debit and credit card acceptance, so I know I’m not alone. However, while driving towards a toll bridge last weekend, I realized plastic wouldn’t cover this expense. I needed cash – fast! And I wanted a surcharge-free ATM. Fortunately for me, there were plenty of options. But for those of you who find yourselves in similar situations, I want to make sure you’re aware of these options. Option #1: Use Your Computer to Plan Ahead Obviously, it’s easiest to figure out where you can stop along…

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