A lost wallet or data breach raises your risk of identity theft exponentially. If you’ve been the victim of one of these unfortunate scenarios, it’s a good idea to safeguard your personal information by freezing your credit. Credit freezes block unauthorized credit checks, which makes it difficult for criminals to open new accounts in your name and protects you…

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New Year Financial Resolutions to help build your wealth Gregory gives you a list of financial resolutions to help build your wealth. Do you have questions for Gregory? Press the ASK GREGORY below and your question could be featured next! ASK GREGORY We’re Here to Help Have questions about this week’s content, or need help…

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Is my credit score a big deal in retirement? Is it a big deal to have good credit in retirement? Gregory explains the importance of your credit score. Do you have questions for Gregory? Press the ASK GREGORY below and your question could be featured next! ASK GREGORY We’re Here to Help Have questions about…

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Drivers with poor credit pay an average of 77% more If you can’t afford to pay all your bills right now, the last thing you need is overpriced car insurance. But that’s exactly what can happen if your credit dips low enough (and you live in a state where insurers can charge you more for…

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Business was booming for Adam St. George when he decided to shop around his four-year-old brand Angry Orange Odor Eliminator. Sold primarily on Amazon, his citrus-scented pet odor remover was racking up more than $2 million in annual revenue. Within hours of listing the operation on an online brokerage, St. George was inundated with phone calls.…

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Across all personal finance websites, magazines and books, whether you listen to a big-wig guru or consult with a financial advisor, the most common advice you’re bound to hear is “save your money!” It’s not because anyone thinks you should sit on a pile of cash and never touch it, but because it is impossible…

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While you might be anticipating a dreadful conversation about the state of American politics with your cousin, before or after all of the ballots are counted, there’s an even more awkward conversation lying in wait: money. Perhaps a family member has a great idea and needs some early funding to get their business off the…

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Almost all of us make a credit mistake from time to time, but some of them have a lot of staying power Some credit mistakes are a lot worse than others. Little ones, like paying a credit card bill a day late, may cost you a penalty fee, but that’s a relatively minor irritation —…

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