Fake emails could cost you thousands

May 16, 2017 by Christina Tusan – Attorney, Western Region, FTC Think you got an email from a business you know? Scammers sometimes use emails that look legit to trick you into sending money to them. The email might say it’s from a real estate professional...

10 E-mail Timesavers

By Randy Dean Handle “Quick Little” E-mails Right Now. If acting on the E-mail will take 3 minutes or less, get it done right now! Then file or delete removing from your inbox. “Task” E-mails That Take Longer. Determine what the task(s) is, then add to your...

6 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Finances

As spring cleaning season begins, the American Bankers Association is encouraging consumers to put a priority on organizing their finances. ABA has highlighted six tips for getting your financial house in order. “With the tax season ending, spring is a great time to...

5 Important Questions When Choosing Your First Home

Moving into your own place can be exciting and frightening at the same time. The American Bankers Association suggests considering the following questions when choosing your own home. 1. How much money do you have saved up?​ Start with an evaluation of your financial...

8 Ways to Stop an Identity Thief

More than 15.4 million Americans were victims of identity fraud last year, according to Javelin Strategy & Research. Below are eight tips to help consumers protect their information and avoid becoming a victim. “Identity fraud continues to be a major problem for...

How to Talk to Your Kids About Money

How soon is too soon to talk to your kids or grandkids about money? If they are old enough to ask for a toy or a bike, they are old enough to start learning financial lessons that will last a lifetime. The best financial lessons are part of everyday experience. Look...

6 Financial Tips New College Graduates Should Live By

As college seniors across the nation graduate and start their careers, their financial lifestyle should be top of mind. Six tips new college graduates should use to strengthen their finances as they transition from the dorm to the office. “Now is the time for college...

What will you do with your tax refund?

– Forbes If you’ve filed your taxes — and waiting or received your tax refund — the great challenge begins: Whether to save or spend that modest windfall. Like most people, your eyes probably light up with the possibly of getting that...

Guard Your Mail

You may think your home mailbox is a safe receptacle for outgoing mail, think again. Thieves use mailboxes to gather your personal information on checking accounts as well as credit cards. Take mail containing payments with checks to Post Office collection boxes....

Cybersecurity – 7 Ways to Thwart Cybercrime

7 Ways to Thwart Cybercrime WASHINGTON – Cybercrime continues to be a growing problem in the U.S. According to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, though we do not have 2016 totals, in 2015 the agency received approximately 288,000 complaints from...

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