NextAdvisor Blog - Identity Theft Protection

Mid-Year Financial Checkup: Where Do Your Finances Stand?

Half of the year is already over, which means you may want to complete a mid-year financial checkup. Learn how you can assess your financial health.
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Nearly 200 Million Voter Records Exposed: What This Means for You

Could your data be at risk after a server containing millions of voter records was discovered unprotected? We dig into the story to help you find out.
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Is Your Social Security Card Missing? Here’s What You Should Do

Was your social security card misplaced or stolen? Read this guide to learn the steps you need to take in order to protect your identity.
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Summer Safety Checklist: How to Protect Your Identity, Family and Home

Summer is a season for fun, but did you know it's also a season for crime? Learn some summer safety tips you can use to protect your identity and family.
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Is It Safe to Link Your Bank Account to Third-Party Finance Apps?

Personal finance apps, like Mint or Digit, make it easy to plan and save, but are these apps safe to connect your bank accounts to? We break it down.
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Data Breach Roundup: OneLogin, Chipotle and Kmart Report Breaches

Learn the details you need to know about recent data breaches within OneLogin, Chipotle and Kmart and how you can protect yourself.
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Look Out for These 3 Scams This Summer

The summer is usually a relaxing time, but scammers can make it a nightmare. Learn about 3 scams you should avoid this summer.
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How to Know if You’re Using a Fake Website

Scammers often create fake websites to steal their victim's information. Is there a way to tell if you're using fake website? We have the breakdown.
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4 Ways to Use Your Credit Card Responsibly

Do you know what the phrase use your credit card responsibly means? We outline tips to help you get the most of being a credit card owner.
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Why Social Media’s Fight Against Revenge Porn Should Matter to Everyone

Revenge porn, also known as non-consensual intimate image sharing, is a phenomenon that impacts one in 25 Americans. Social media sites are fighting back.
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