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How safe are your documents in the cloud?

How are you storing your documents? On your computer’s hard drive, external drive, or in the cloud? If you’re saving your documents in the cloud,...

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What is a QR code and is it secure?

More recently, you’ve probably run into one of these in restaurants, commercials, flyers – and even on airline boarding passes. But do you know what...

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How to protect your money when traveling

Picture this … you’re on a relaxing and enjoyable vacation getaway with your family and friends. You’re out experiencing new places and sounds, completely disconnected...

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What is a credit report?

A credit report can have an impact in your life, from renting an apartment to getting a loan. *What is it?* A credit report is a summary...

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Most common errors when driving

Whether it’s spring or winter, it’s important to stay safe on the road. Many vehicle accidents can easily be avoided if drivers practice good driving habits...

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How to organize important documents simply and safely at home

When you need important documents, you can never find them. Papers can get lost in the shuffle or stored away in boxes. Maybe it’s time to...

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Tips for traveling during the holidays

With the holiday season in full swing, you’re bound to see extra cars on the road and flights being booked. According to the Bureau of...

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How does annual percentage rate work?

Whether you’re in search for a mortgage, auto loan, or credit card, you might be focused on the interest rate offered. With a lower interest rate, you’re likely to pay less to borrow money; however, you can also compare loan products by looking at the annual percentage rate (APR).

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What is debt consolidation?

If you have multiple high-interest loans, consider consolidating your debt into one streamlined loan. Debt consolidation allows you to roll multiple debts into a single, monthly,...

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What is a credit score?

When you apply for a credit card, loans and even mortgage, creditors look at a three-digit number to represent your creditworthiness. A credit score rates your...

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