The early (tax) bird gets the worm — and reduces the chance it'll be a victim of identity theft. Start your 2016 tax prep now, and skip all the stress in April.
Identity theft is a scary subject. But really, you shouldn't panic. Help is right around the corner.
Identity thieves are crafty. Get the jump on them by protecting yourself from these underhanded attacks on your identity — and your money.
Losing your belongings or having them stolen while on vacation is a nightmare, but don't panic. Here's what you need to do.
Travel is fun, and if you budget and plan well, it's affordable. Just don't let bad credit card habits eat up all your hard won savings.
A reputable credit repair company can truly help you rebuild your credit. But beware — the scammers are out there.
Freeze! Securing your credit report from fraud or other suspicious activity might save you a big headache later.
There are very few times when giving out your Sosh is a good idea. Find out when it's okay — and when it absolutely isn't.
You know the drill — closing a credit card can damage your credit score. But sometimes, it might be the right move.
Lost your smartphone? Don't panic and follow these steps to protect your data, your privacy, and your money.
Fraud alert, identity theft protection… do you actually need all these costly credit card add-ons? Consider the free alternatives instead.
Here is everything you need to know about identity theft and how to prevent it.
Learn how to protect yourself from identity theft and what to do if you're a victim.
Credit card scammers never rest. Learn about four of the most notorious credit card scams — and what you can do to protect you and your credit.
Your smartphone is stuffed with piles of personal data, which means the loss of a smartphone really… smarts. Take steps to protect it.
Whether you're doing holiday shopping or just making an everyday purchase, follow these steps to keep your credit card information safe.
Losing your wallet can cost you a lot more than your cash...especially if you keep these five things in it. Learn what to remove to protect yourself.
Hey, want to have your email and bank accounts broken into? No? Then avoid being the victim of identify theft by fortifying your password with these tips.
What can stalkers and crooks learn about you online? Find out before it's too late.
The Internet has created lots of new opportunities, especially for scam artists and fraudsters. Here's a look at several new strains and how you can protect yourself from them.
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