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September 30, 2015

Cyber Attacks Could Threaten Bank Credit Ratings

Banks with weak cybersecurity controls could be downgraded even if they haven’t been attacked, said Standard & Poor in a recent report.  While it hasn’t yet […]
September 15, 2015

16 Ways You Exposing Yourself to Fraud

Stand in front of a mirror – there is the enemy. Fraud doesn’t happen to you in a vacuum. Our personally identifying information (PII) doesn’t just get magically […]
August 4, 2015

Newlyweds Should Prepare for Next Year’s Taxes

Getting married is one of those life events that can throw your financial plan into disarray, but financial planning doesn’t have to be daunting after marriage. […]
July 9, 2015

5 Credit Card Mishaps That Can Be Remedied

Few credit card users (if any) get through life without making a financial misstep or two when using plastic. Even something that seems like an innocent […]
July 7, 2015

Are You at Risk of Identity Theft?

In the past year, have you bought a house, sold a house, gotten married, gotten divorced, had a child, become pregnant, lost your job, or gotten […]
June 30, 2015

90% Of Student Loan Borrowers Denied Co-Signer Release

Private student loan lenders rejected nine out of 10 co-signers who applied for a co-signer release from the loans, a service the lenders and servicers often […]
June 26, 2015

Phone Scams on the Rise as Bank Fraud Goes Low-Tech

Pindrop Security recently released a study that shows a 30% rise in phone fraud among financial institutions since 2013. The company, which provides call-center-security software, analyzed […]
June 23, 2015

29% of Americans Have No Savings

Almost 3 in 10 Americans say they have no emergency savings, according to a survey just released by Bankrate.com.  That’s the highest number since Bankrate began […]