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Better Business Bureau is warning businesses not to click on an email that claims to be a “BBB SBQ” (standard busines..
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01/30/2015
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Better Business Bureau is warning businesses not to click on an email that claims to be a “BBB SBQ” (standard business questionnaire). 
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01/30/2015
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Once tax identity thieves have your Social Security number and personal information, they can use them to commit other forms of identity theft, such as opening new financial accounts in your name
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01/30/2015
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Every January, the goal to lose weight and get in shape is at the top of New Year’s resolution lists. After all the snacking and feasting that goes on from Thanksgiving to January 1, that’s no big surpr..
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01/29/2015
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Additional tips to lessen the chance you’ll be a victim of tax identity theft
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01/28/2015
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Have you heard about IRS impostors? Tax scammers posing as the IRS call and say you owe taxes, and threaten to arrest you if you don’t pay right away.
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01/28/2015
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For many, the arrival of that form signals the start of tax season when time ticks toward the April 15 deadline. Forbes magazine reported about 150 million taxpayers will use a tax preparation service. ..
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01/27/2015
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What should you do if you think your Social Security number has been stolen?
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01/27/2015
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The Better Business Bureau is warning well-meaning seniors about “emergency” scams designed to fool them into thinking that their grandchild is hurt, arrested or stranded, and in need of money.
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01/27/2015
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Fake email warnings about a child predator being in the neighborhood are the latest methods scammers are using to steal personal identity information, warns BBB.  These “community safety” alerts are des..
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01/26/2015
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Tax identity theft happens when someone files a fake tax return using your personal information — like your Social Security number — to get a tax refund or a job. 
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