With the recent revelation that data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica acquired profile information and "likes" on about 50 million Facebook users, it's time to review your settings.
Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information to make purchases, open accounts, get medical treatment, or file taxes. You can't prevent identity theft but you can take steps to reduce your risk.
How many hours do you spend gaming online? Or better yet, how many dollars have you spent gaming online? Have you spent money on (or within) a game that started out free? It happens all the time.
What is your credit score? And why is it important? In this report, I give you some basic facts about credit scoring that highlight its importance to your financial health.
In early January, researchers announced two flaws in computer chips known as central processing units (CPUs). CPUs are what makes our digital devices run.
Creating fake news these days is as easy as pie! And a big reason why criminals and scammers create fake news is specifically to dupe people who might believe it. But what is fake news?
There are many threats to your online privacy and security. Some of these threats include advertisers and businesses tracking you and thieves trying to steal your financial and personal information.
Health care costs can take a bite out of your wallet. Are you one of the many consumers who are concerned about health care costs? This report looks at various ways to help you save on health care costs.
If you have decided to sell your home, slow down and do your homework. Taking the time to do it right will help you get the best price for your home and put more money in your pocket.
These services can be very useful, but should be properly checked out before you use it. The following questions can help you evaluate the various services.
Life seems to be getting more and more expensive. So, whenever I get the chance to save some money, I take advantage of it! Here are a few different ways to save money.
Did you know that that the average car and pickup trunk on American roads is 11.4 years old. Maybe your vehicle's best years are behind it, too, and you're thinking about buying a new car or truck?