Oct. 16-22 is National Protect Your Identity Week. Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing types of financial fraud. Without stealing your wallet, a crook can steal your financial identity with as little information as your Social Security number. Use these tips to help avoid having your identity compromised:
It's football season. It's a time for storming the field and tackling goals. If your goal is to run your own business, don't let a lack of financing keep you out of the game. Consider these tips from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) about securing credit for your business.
Automated teller machines, or ATMs, have made banking more convenient than ever before. With the touch of a few buttons, you can withdraw cash, make deposits and transfer funds virtually anywhere an ATM is located. But with that convenience comes a need for some extra safety precautions. Follow these tips to help keep yourself and your money safe.
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