Don't worry. Our story will leave you feeling merry and bright. This tale recounts a few lessons learned over the past year sure to help you and your loved ones avoid scams this holiday season.
As families are trying to figure out how to pay for tuition and other college expenses not covered by Federal Student Aid, promises of free money for a small fee are appealing.
When you're on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or even Pinterest, you never really know for sure who or what you're dealing.
Have you started planning for retirement? Whether retirement is just a few years away or decades, these tips and tools can help you keep your plan on track.
The shortage of semiconductor chips has been in the news frequently this year. Smartphones, computers, and other digital devices aren't the only products that use these chips.
On August 16, 2021 T-Mobile announced that it was investigating a possible data breach. On August 17th, the company confirmed that data was stolen.
Scammers are always trying to find ways to part you from your money and personal information. During this time of the year, they up their game to take advantage of the increased hustle and bustle.
School starts. Colored notebooks, ergonomic backpacks, and super-hero lunch boxes will soon fill online shopping carts around the country. And just like every year, back-to-school scams will be unleashed.
Credit scores are important to our financial life. These scores are used to determine if you are a good risk for credit cards, car loans, and mortgages and what rate you will pay.
If you give the gift card numbers and PINs to a scammer, you must act fast. Scammers will try to spend it before you realize it wasn't your boss requesting the information.
Knowing that's it's okay to make mistakes is not only good for your own development, but also for the organization you work for. It leads to more innovative capacity and creativity.
The Child Tax Credit (CTC) is a credit for individuals who claim a child as a dependent on their federal tax return as long as the child meets certain conditions.