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With just a few days left in the holiday shopping season, many people turn to online shopping to check off the remaining items on their shopping lists. Learn how to protect yourself from fraud with these helpful tips:
Its effect is subtle, yet significant. In retirement, you face a quiet financial threat. Over time, inflation may erode your purchasing power. If you want to maintain your quality of life in retirement, investing to beat inflation may be essential.
As we rely more and more on our on mobile devices for business and personal use, maintaining strong security protocols should be a top priority. It’s important to understand the two main types of mobile security – physical and data – and how you can protect your devices and your data.
SEFCU’s Institute for Financial Well-Being engaged in a new partnership with the Heatly School in Green Island. Over the course of three days, the Institute team visited with the second, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade classes delivering financial education to nearly 60 students.
Creating a solid financial foundation can help investors stay focused no matter how the markets are performing.
First the car broke down, then the dishwasher stopped working, and now the dog is sick. Sometimes the old proverb, "When it rains it pours," seems to ring a little too true. When you need money to pay large, unexpected bills, where do you turn?
Summer vacations are right around the corner! Since digital threats can follow us everywhere make sure you keep your guard up so cyber criminals don’t spoil your well-deserved (and much needed) vacation!
Make sure your devices and web browsers are up-to-date
WHY: To stay protected against all kinds of threats, make sure your laptops, smartphones, and other devices have the most current software before leaving for vacation.
With smartphones playing a critical role in our everyday lives, personal security is becoming increasingly important. Mobile security is more advanced than ever before, but scammers are also getting smarter in their tactics.