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  • 20 things you should do with your money before 2015

    Military.com - 12/09/2014

    Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes, yet many people never check their credit reports (that’s right, you have more than one). Don’t wait until you suspect a problem to order your reports. “Make sure to obtain an annual copy of your credit card report from each credit card rating agency,” said Coleen Pantalone, Associate Professor of Finance at Northeastern University in Boston. “Scan the report for unusual charges in order to protect against credit card fraud.” Reports from the three major bureaus are available for free once a year at annualcreditreport.com.

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