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Big Data: He Knows What You’ve Been Buying (and He’s Not Santa)

When reports that healthcare providers and insurers track and analyze spending data surfaced last year, many people were shocked. Shocked because most of us don’t realize that personal data is constantly collected from many sources, with and without permission or knowledge. Shocked because we expect healthcare data to be protected by heavy-duty privacy laws. Using

Links We Love: Financially Smart Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! This week we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, and highlighting great reads on five financially smart ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day, eight unique and offbeat Valentine’s Day date ideas that won’t break the bank, and for those that are thinking

Credit Sesame’s Best Travel Credit Cards for 2015

Snow got you down? Dreaming of that warm beach? Now’s a great time to start planning your vacation this year with one of our top travel credit card picks. Find cards that have flexible redemption options for airline miles, hotel rewards or travel statement credit. Many have sign-up bonuses to start you on your way

Links We Love: 5 Big Money Talks to Have Before Tying the Knot

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! This week we’re highlighting five big money talks to have before tying the knot, five ways to check financial compatibility, ways to spend less money on Valentine’s Day, sharing your debt struggles with family and friends …and more!

5 Things You Can Easily Get Removed From Your Credit Reports

After reading an article about how easy it is to remove satisfied judgments from credit reports, a skeptical reader writes in to get clarification from a reliable source. John Ulzheimer, industry veteran and credit expert for Credit Sesame, answers and breaks it down even further to explain five things you can easily get removed from

President’s Proposals Do Little to Address Real Privacy and Data Security Concerns

In the President’s State of the Union address, he made only passing—but significant—reference to data security and new legislation to protect consumers. No one would argue that this is needed in the wake of the North Korean attacks on Sony and other attacks throughout the past year on Target, eBay, JP Morgan, Home Depot and

Links We Love: Super Bowl XLIX by the Numbers

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! With the Patriots and the Seahawks squaring off this weekend, we’re highlighting Wallet Hub’s Super Bowl XLIX by the Numbers — an infographic that breaks down all the numbers behind the Big Game. We’re also highlighting six fascinating mind

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