What Do You Need to Know About Health Care Data Breaches?

Data breaches involving health care providers (labs, doctor offices, hospitals, clinics) and health insurance companies have been on the increase. For example, earlier this year, Anthem announced that they had been hacked and as many as 80 million customers had their account information stolen. Anthem, the nation’s second-largest health insurance company, announced customers of Amerigroup, Anthem and Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, Caremore and Unicare may be affected as well as other independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans in any of the areas that Anthem serves. AnthemFacts.com has more information.

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What Will You Do With The Old Devices You Replace?

Whenever you get a new electronic device such as a TV, smartphone, game console, computer, or tablet, what do you do with the old one? Throwing it away usually isn't a good option and in some places is illegal. Electronic equipment contains toxic materials such as cadmium, lead, arsenic and needs to be disposed of carefully. Consider the following options instead.

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Amid the Holiday Rush, Don't Forget These Year-End Financial Tips

It's the end of the year and while many thoughts turn to holiday celebrations and shopping, don't forget that you should perform an end-of-the-year review of your finances. Here are some tips that can save you some money.

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Shopping on Black Friday or Monday?

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Are you planning on hitting the stores on Black Friday and the online stores on Black Monday? Or will you do your holiday shopping later? No matter when you shop, make sure you do your homework in order to get the best deals. Here are some tips to help.

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Digital Wallets: Apple Pay Joins the Crowded Field

Digital wallets have recently been in the news with the launch of Apple Pay. Digital wallets in one form or another have been around for several years. Apple Pay joins other wallets such as Google Wallet, Softcard, LoopPay, and PayPal. Digital wallets allow you to make mobile and online payments. Most wallets allow you to store credit and debit card information. Some wallets store loyalty/rewards cards, membership cards, insurance cards, coupons, receipts, tickets, and even your ID. Others allow you to make other types of payments and pay bills.

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What Do You Need to Know About Data Breaches?

Did you know that there have been over 200 reports of data breaches so far in 2014? Yet most of these did not make the headlines. The number of records affected in each of these breaches vary from a few hundred to the approximately 56 million reported by Home Depot.

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