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Equifax Data Breach

October 10th 2017 by

Equifax is a consumer credit reporting agency which collects personal information for reporting services. Recently, Equifax announced a breach that may have affected millions of people. The affects of this breach may result in identity theft, fraudulent transactions, complications when applying for loans or jobs, and much more. However, there are ways to keep you safe and protected in order to avoid and prevent possible impacts. The breach occurred from mid-May through July 2017 and may have affected more than143 million people in the United States. Personal information that was accessed without authorization which caused the breach included but is not limited to Names Social Security Numbers Birth Dates Addresses Driver’s License Numbers With this breach, credit card numbers for 209,000 consumer and dispute documents with personal information for 182,000 consumers were also affected. To assist consumers in protecting their sensitive, personal information, Equifax has created a website where consumers…

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10 Ways You Can Make Extra Money

June 8th 2017 by

Even if you have a regular job, sometimes you need extra cash. You might need to pay off debt, save for something special, or cover an upcoming bill. With a little effort, you can be more comfortable financially and stay out of debt. 1. Try a Temp Job Temp agencies look to place qualified workers with companies seeking short-term help. These jobs tend to pay well, plus there may be potential for full-time work if you’re seeking it. 2. Sell Your Stuff Whether it’s clothes, toys, electronics or appliances, you can sell any unneeded items through multiple channels. If you…

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Money Moves Before Traveling Abroad

June 6th 2017 by

Your plane tickets are booked, your itinerary is set, and you’re almost ready to go – to another country! Traveling the world is exciting and on many of bucket lists. But aside from experiencing different food, language and customs, you’ll also face financial changes. Here are five essential things you need to do before your big trip. Alert Your Financial Institution Your financial institution goes to great lengths to keep your account safe. This includes flagging transactions that occur out of your home country. This means that if you’re using your card abroad, the transaction may be declined. While this…

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How To Get A Summer Job: A Guide For Students Of All Ages

Posted in Young Adults
June 1st 2017 by

Temperatures are rising, days are getting longer and kids are dying to get out of the classroom! This can only mean one thing: Summer is just around the bend. It’s time to start planning trips, summer camps, and summer jobs. Despite the fact that school won’t end in most places for another few months, it’s still a good time to start thinking about summer work. The timeframe for hiring can be as long as a month, so waiting until school is officially out isn’t a good idea. Not sure where to start? Try these four tips to jump start a…

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How To Have a Financially Productive Summer

May 30th 2017 by

Summer vacation is a quintessentially American innovation. Kids have months on end free from school and are eager to make the most of it. On one hand, it’s great to spend more time with them. On the other, how do you keep them entertained without breaking the bank? Fortunately, there are a few ways to have the kind of summer break that builds memories without building debt. You can use these months to teach your children valuable lessons about financial responsibility, spend quality time together as a family and save (or make!) a little money along the way. Try activities…

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