First came the evil credit card!It lured us into debt and ruined our lives.It offered us a quick fix.Buy now and pay later.Its convenience spoiled us (no one wants to carry around cash all the time).Its debt drowned us.
Now the debit card has come to save us.It offers us the convenience of the credit card, while keeping us within our means.The best of both worlds right?Consider the following material.Things are not always as they seem.
At Advertising Week Europe Frank Abagnale warns of the dangers Facebook users face of identity theft through the information they provide as well as through misuse of face recognition software. The 65-year-old, whose 1960s scams were portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio in Steven Spielberg’s Catch Me If You Can and is now an FBI security expert, says technology has made it far easier to commit identity fraud now than 40 years ago.
Identity theft for children on the rise Minneapolis Star Tribune We're told to monitor our credit, to protect ourselves from identity theft. But who knew to apply that same wisdom to our offspring? Last year the number of identity theft victims reached 12.6 million, up 1 million from the previous year, according to ...
Stop making your landlord rich. Start investing in you. Purchase a home and build real wealth for you and your family.
Yes, we’ve all heard it before. It is a fact that the majority of American’s house is their biggest investment. However, it is also fact that the majority of Americans are strapped. I urge you to be prudent and consider the following before you take the plunge. Things are not always what they seem.
1. To prepare a summary of something.
2. To give a recapitulation of the salient facts; to recapitulate or review.
verb (summeriz, ing)
1. To prepare ones living space to be more cost effective during scorching hot summer months.
Today I would like to talk about the second definition. Yes, I know that summer is not technically here, but these next couple of months will be the hot! Want to save some money? Consider the following.
Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in America. There have been thousands and thousands of companies popping up offering a solution or a remedy to the problem, yet the problem still exists.
Some say that you can’t stop it, and that you can only monitor your identity and catch it as soon as it happens. There are others who claim that they know how to stop identity theft, even to the point of offering assurances. What is true and what is false? Consider the following material.
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I hope that you find this blog/e-zine beneficial to you. A lot of what you see in this blog will probably be unlike anything you've seen on finance. A lot of it will be controversial (spanning topics from politics to religion), WAY outside the box, and hopefully it will cause you to think.
If you are new to this site, I STRONGLY suggest that you read the first six articles first. (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6) These newsletters are essential in understanding why we here in America are in the financial shape that we are in. The other posts are based off of the first six. This site also contains content from the top personal finance blogs available online.