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FBI Says More Than 500 Million Financial Records Stolen This Year: How to Protect Yourself
Oct 22, 2014 - "You're going to be hacked. Have a plan," Joseph Demarest, assistant director of the FBI's Cyber Division, warned a group of business leaders at a cybersecurity event on Monday. This event, organized by the Financial Services Roundtable, sought to help business owners understand the magnitude of ...
Staples Announces Possible Credit Card Breach
Oct 21, 2014 - Office supply retail chain Staples announced on Monday that it is investigating a breach in its payment systems. Staples joins Kmart, Home Depot, Dairy Queen and a number of other retailers who have suffered from data breaches over the past few months. The constant stream of new security breach d...
6 Surprising Ways Having Bad Credit Hurts
Oct 21, 2014 - It's been said many times that having a low credit score can hurt your finances. From being denied a credit card to receiving a high-interest rate on an auto loan, poor credit will hurt you. In addition to the recognizable consequences, there are a few lesser known, but still hazardous, effects b...
5 Reasons to Use Credit Over Debit
Oct 20, 2014 - Did you know that you may be better off using a credit card over a debit card for every day purchases? Don?t get us wrong ? a debit card is a handy device to make purchases. It saves you the hassle of having to carry a checkbook around, and gives you the protection of not having [...]
Celebrate Family History Month With Ancestry.com
Oct 17, 2014 - The month of October is Family History Month, and what better way to get in touch with your family?s history than building your family tree? Assembling your family tree isn't always the easiest task, especially if you've never done it before. Luckily for you, Ancestry.com simplifies the process o...
Make the calls come to you
If you're a small business owner, your office may be your car one day and your kitchen table the next. With virtual phone service, your callers won't know the difference. They'll call one number, and they'll be routed to the number (or numbers) you select: home, office, or cell—all at once, or one after another. You can even set your own business hours so you'll only receive calls when you want them. And with a number to handle your business, your cell phone number remains just for personal use.
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