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How many password-protected accounts do you have? If you keep mental inventory, use a password manager, or have a written record of your passwords (which is not recommended by anyone), take a quick count. You’re likely to find you may have some or all of the below types of accounts: Email accounts Online bank accounts …

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College is Coming – Have You Started Saving Yet?

How times change! In 1940, half of Americans finished their education in eighth grade. College degrees were relatively rare. Just 6 percent of men and 4 percent of women had one.1 During the past 80 years, college has become far more popular. As interest in higher education grew, America’s network of colleges and universities expanded. Oxford …

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The 2018 Tax Reform Bill and What’s Important to Know

The New Tax Reform Bill Doesn’t Impact Your 2017 Taxes For individuals, the tax reform bill’s purpose is to: Simplify the tax process Preserve the mortgage interest deduction Eliminate Obamacare’s individual mandate penalty tax Increase the standard deduction Provide more support to American families Provide relief for Americans with expensive medical bills Improve savings vehicles …

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Consider Taking These Steps Immediately Regarding the Massive Equifax Data Breach

If you have been captivated with the hurricanes pounding the South and Southeast you may have missed the most impactful story to you regarding one of the big three credit bureaus, Equifax. Equifax had an unprecedented data breach that they have stated affected 143 Million Americans. The estimated population is 326 Million Americans — that’s …

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