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These are only a few examples of in-home devices mining your data for free, likely without your explicit permission. But consumers have choices.
Food. It's one of the necessities of life. Yet, keeping you and your family fed can take a large portion of your budget. The following tips can help you get more for your money no matter what's happening with food prices.
While life is becoming more expensive, inflation rates are through the roof, and purchasing power is decreasing for most, it's increasingly important to look at your personal spending habits.
Keep more of your hard-earned money by knowing which fees impact your accounts. Overdraft fees have been in the news recently as some large banks have announced eliminating or reducing these fees.
When gas prices increase, your wallet can feel the pinch. Fluctuating prices make it hard to budget. The following tips can help you save money whether prices are high or low.
When shopping online and off, have you noticed a payment option that allows you to pay over time? These options are offered by companies such as AfterPay, Affirm, Klarna, Paypal, Sezzle, and Zip (previously QuadPay).
How many credit scores do you have? You might think that the answer to this question is one, but the answer is multiple. Credit scores are used to predict how likely you are to pay back a loan on time.
In September of 2017 Equifax announced a data breach that exposed the personal information of 147 million people. In July of 2019, Equifax agreed to a settlement that would provide the following:
What is surprising is that well-known social media companies knowingly promote content to minors, leaving them vulnerable to topics and people that could harm them physically, emotionally, and financially.