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Protecting your social security number from hackers

by Paddy Hirsch Sep 18, 2013
Social security numbers are open to hacking if not properly protected.
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Do your Facebook friends affect your credit score?

by Paddy Hirsch Sep 4, 2013
They say be careful what you post on social media What you do on Facebook could affect your credit score.
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With choice comes risk: How to pick the electricity plan that's right for you

by Paddy Hirsch Aug 21, 2013
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Personal Finance Basics

by Adriene Hill Aug 1, 2013
A guide to personal finance basics, including tips on savings, strategies on investing, and more.
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Growing savings from the ground up, locally

by Adriene Hill Jul 24, 2013
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Which mobile payment service is right for you?

by Adriene Hill Jul 11, 2013
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How to manage retirement plans as they pile up

by Paddy Hirsch Jun 26, 2013
In 21st century America, jobs for life are rare. For those lucky enough to have jobs with retirement plans, with the many jobs comes many retirement plans, which all send quarterly statements that need tracking.
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The power of PIN: Become a Marketplace Money source

by Margaret Aery Jun 21, 2013
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How to protect your life insurance policy from mistakes and fraud

by Adriene Hill Jun 12, 2013
How do you protect you and your family from fraud or insurer mistakes?
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Is a 529 college savings account right for you?

by Paddy Hirsch May 1, 2013
Many parents are opting for 529 savings plans -- college savings accounts that aren’t subject to any tax as long as the money’s used for tuition. Are they right for you?
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