How to Secure your Financial Future

It’s a huge fear, especially for single moms: No matter how much cash you have stashed away for the future, you might run out of money. I’ve heard that worry from my family, friends, and clients – especially when it’s happened to someone they know. And for years I was terrified that it would happen to me. So I figured out how to conquer that fear, by taking action steps to make my finances and my financial future more secure – and that’s exactly what I’m going to share with you… Even if you feel like a secure financial future…

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How To Repair The Damage Of Child Identity Theft

How to Repair the Damage of Child Identity Theft

Single moms, if your child has been the victim of identity theft, you’ll need to take specific steps to reverse the damage and protect him from future financial attacks. This process can be really frustrating, so make sure your child has an existing credit report before you go through these steps. If there is one, pick a time when you have a couple of hours to focus (I know, how often do single moms have two free hours in a row – but it will take that long), put yourself into Mama Lion mode, make sure you have plenty of…

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Crucial: Check Your Child’s Credit BEFORE It’s Too Late

Crucial: Check Your Child’s Credit BEFORE It’s Too Late

With everything single moms need to worry about, it’s a shame we have to deal with this, too. But the child identity theft industry is huge, and it’s only getting bigger. Unfortunately, most of us find out the hard way that our kids have been victimized… You take your ten-year-old child to the bank to open a savings account, only to find out he already has a checking account and two credit cards in his name… The IRS kicks back your tax return saying you can‘t take your daughter as a dependent because she has a full-time job. Your child…

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How to Freeze Your Credit

Your credit and your financial future are at risk. The Equifax breach is just the latest in a long line, and it’s the worst we’ve experienced… so far. The truth is that your information is out there, it’s vulnerable, and criminals have access. One protective step you can take right now, this minute, is to freeze your credit. A freeze stops people from checking your credit – and if you’ve ever tried to get a loan, you know that’s the first thing lenders do. So without that access, chances are they won’t approve a new loan (or credit card, or…

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Do These 10 Things to Protect Your Financial Info NOW

Your personal financial information has been hacked. More than 143 million Americans were made vulnerable by the recent Equifax breach, and you are most likely one of them. That means your Social Security number, birth date, driver’s license data, credit card numbers, and bank account numbers are out there in the hands of hackers…soon to be auctioned off to the highest bidder. And it’s not just this massive data theft that’s potentially put your private information at risk. Already this year, the “Shadow Brokers” (allegedly) stole and sold classified NSA materials. WannaCry and Petya ransomware attacks disrupted power grids, major…

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