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IRS Identity Theft Protection and Support

Despite numerous government attempts to protect consumers, IRS identity theft still affects thousands of Americans each year.  Most people don’t even realize their Social Security

Best Identity Theft Protection To Prevent Fraud

Government agencies, banks, and credit bureaus continue to report the widespread increase of identity theft, and the destruction it causes victims. Identity thieves, out to

How Identity Theft Protection is Part of Financial Planning

More and more financial planning professionals are taking the time to educate their clients about the very real threat of identity theft.  Some are even

Fraud Alert Protection From Credit Bureaus

With the growing concern over id theft in the United States, many Americans look for ways to guard against a stolen identity, and protect themselves

Facts About Medical Identity Theft

Imagine opening a bill from a doctor or hospital only to find that a medical treatment or procedure has been performed on somebody else—at your

Best Identity Theft Protection

Identity Theft Can Happen To You Every 2 seconds someone just like you falls victim to identity theft in this country.  In the time it

Improve Credit Scores via Credit Score Monitoring – Is it Sound?

Because derogatory information can remain on a credit report for up to ten years, most Americans must work to overcome poor credit scores.  Fortunately, with

How to Improve Your Credit Score

Many companies advertise their ability to help consumers improve credit score ratings, but fail to actually help people boost scores. While there are a number

What Is A Good Credit Score

Many consumers underestimate the importance of having a good credit score.  While most people understand that higher scores are needed to qualify for home loans,

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