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We live in an increasingly digital world, and sometimes the only thing protecting you from identity theft is a strong password.
Before paying off your child's student loans, you should consider all options, especially if you have any high-interest debt yourself.
In a year like this, when everything seems to be going south, it's tempting to want to get out of the market completely.
It's been a bad year for just about every investable asset class on the planet. But, it's been particularly bad for cryptocurrencies.
June is elder abuse awareness month, and I recently watched a presentation from Schwab’s fraud & risk management team on the growing trend of scams against the elderly.
We are living in a time of extreme uncertainty and the anxiety that comes along with it. And even though it can feel like it, it's not different this time.
Each year, around 86 percent of college students obtain some form of financial aid.1 In order to receive financial aid from the government, all students must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, otherwise known as the FAFSA.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have released the Medicare Part A and Part B premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance amounts.
The market can’t catch a break, and there's not much good news to be reported these days. And honestly, it may get much worse before it gets better.
With the uncertainty and market swings of the past few years, it's certainly understandable that some investors would seek the safety of cash.

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