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How to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft During Deployment

The geographic mobility and emotional vulnerability that comes with service to country before self make military households an appealing target for crooks. If you’re a member of the military, here’s what you need to know to protect protect yourself from identity theft during deployment.

Links We Love: How One Recent Grad Paid Off $14,000 in Student Loans in 7 Months

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! With college graduations taking place all over the country, this week we’re highlighting how one recent grad paid off $14,000 in student loans in seven months, bad college habits busted, and seven money moves everyone should make in their first year after college graduation. Plus, with graduation season signaling the beginning of summer, we’ve also got ways to have fun this summer without wrecking your budget, 10 tips for hosting budget-friendly summer party —and more!

Do Business Credit Cards Help Build Business Credit?

If you want to build business credit for your company (even if that company is only you), here are six things you should know about business credit cards and how they relate to your business’s credit standing.

Are All Free Credit Scores FAKO Scores?

I read an article in a very popular consumer magazine that profiled a variety of websites that give away free credit scores. In fact, there are currently some 21 methods of getting free credit scores. The article was critical of the sites because they believed the credit scores being given away for free were somehow fake or deficient to credit scores developed by large credit scoring companies, like FICO.

Data Privacy & Security: Are Millennials Too Trusting or Just Clueless?

In spite of endless high-visibility data breaches alongside shameless breaches of privacy, a new Gallup poll found that 44 percent of Millennials in the United States believe that their personal information is kept private “all” or “most of the time” by the businesses or companies they do business with. This is the highest of all major U.S. generational groups, including Generation X and Baby Boomers.

9 Little-Known Credit Card Benefits You May Be Missing Out On

When it comes to buying something, you’ve never been monogamous with your payment methods. Sometimes you whip out cash, other times you reach for your credit card. But you’ve come to realize that your inconsistency makes it hard to track your spending. So you’ve decided to go all in and commit yourself to using a

Links We Love: Surprising Budget Leaks That Got Me Into Big Credit Card Trouble

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! This week we’re highlighting a personal story about surprising budget leaks that can lead to big credit card trouble, 27 signs that you’re financially stable, sneaky things you didn’t know could ruin your credit, four signs you’re teaching your kids bad financial habits and more!

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