By now, it’s safe to assume most of us have heard about what Equifax is referring to as a 'cybersecurity incident'. For those of us who haven’t, here’s a quick recap and ways to secure your financial identity.
Think back on each New Year. Notice anything in common with years past? Maybe you’ve resolved each year to make better nutritional decisions. I will not eat the WHOLE plate of cookies. Or, maybe you’ll take it a step further and throw in a promise to yourself to take your health a little more seriously. My neighbor can get up at 5:00 am for a run before work. Why can’t I?
Identity Theft -- You've heard the term, but do you really know just how easy it could be for someone to steal your identity? Mistakes like using the same password for multiple logins, not shielding your credit card numbers and pins from Nosy Ninas and oversharing on social media are just a few ways you're putting yourself at risk for financial woes. Learn what you can do right now to combat financial predators.
√Take Sarah lunch at school.
√Change batteries in remote.
√Pick up kitty litter.
Mail Chad cash for uniforms.
Feeling a bit stressed? Our lives are packed full of random tasks and things we have to remember each day so our days can run a little more smoothly. While we can’t take little Sarah her forgotten lunch (we wish we could!), we can lend a hand in sending Chad the cash for this season’s football uniform.
It doesn’t matter how old you are–whether you’ve been borrowing money and using credit since the 70’s or if this is your first (credit) rodeo–understanding credit can be a bit tricky at times.