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Why You Should Give Your Accounts and Devices a Cybersecurity Tune-Up

Maintaining your safety online and while using your devices is important, which is why you should consider doing a cybersecurity tune-up every so often.
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How to Apply for a New Credit Card When Your Credit is Frozen

Want to apply for a new credit card, but your credit is frozen? Here's everything you need to know about temporarily unfreezing your credit.
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Where to Keep Your Money When You’re Saving

Checking accounts are fine, but there are way better options to store your savings. Learn the best places to keep your money so it'll stay secure and grow.
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How Can I Lower My Credit Card APR?

Is it possible to get lower interest rates on your current credit cards? We've got a few tips on how to help you lower your credit card APR.
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Government Agencies That Can Help You with Consumer Complaints

if a company isn't taking your consumer complaints seriously, learn about which government agencies you can turn to for help.
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New Poll Shows 55% of U.S. Facebook Users Concerned About Data Theft: How to Protect Yourself

The majority of U.S. Facebook users are concerned about potential data theft, but what can you do when your information is already out there?
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The Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit Card Gets Some Exciting New Perks

The Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit Card has some exciting updates coming this summer. We detail these updates and more.
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FTC Identity Theft Assistant Links with IRS to Help Tax Fraud Victims

The FTC has updated its identity theft assistant to include additional aid for victims of tax identity theft. Find out whether you should use it.
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The Credit Bureaus are Removing Tax Liens from Credit Reports: Will Your Scores Increase?

The credit bureaus have agreed to remove all tax liens from consumer credit reports across the board. Will this impact your credit scores, and by how much?
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Delta, Best Buy, Sears and Kmart: What to Know About These Data Breaches

A data breach affecting a company called [24]7.ai resulted in multiple breaches that impacted several companies, including Delta, Best Buy, Sears and Kmart.
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