Category Archives: Risk Protection
Your home will likely be the biggest investment you ever make. And while losing that home to fire or some other disaster may seem unlikely, having insurance will allow you to rebuild your life and your home if you become … Continue reading
Everyone is excited about getting a driver’s license and getting that first car, but before you take that first spin you will need car insurance. But what are the most important things to understand about insurance? How does it protect … Continue reading
Americans of all ages are losing a lot of money through phone scams, and the problem is getting much worse. What are the telltale signs of this fraud? What should you do if suspect a scam? And what can be … Continue reading
Identity theft does not just happen because someone found your Social Security number or hacked into your bank. Dino Bizzarro explains the latest tactics hackers and thieves are using that you may even realize are a risk.
Americans are using less and less cash because paying with smartphone apps are so convenient and are accepted in more and more places. What are these different options, how do they differ from one another, and how can you protect … Continue reading
Smartphones and social media are indispensable for many young adults, but are your online activities making you a prime target for identity theft? Radio America’s Eric Goodnow offers advice to help you avoid becoming the next victim.
When looking for your first apartment, size, condition and location are critical factors. But don’t fall in love with the place until you read and understand the lease. Radio America’s Greg Corombos explains the key points of a lease, what is reasonable to expect and what should make you look someplace else. Continue reading
The world is closer than ever thanks to the internet and other revolutionary technology, but hackers and identity thieves abound. Jack Howard reports on how to protect yourself and how to respond if you become a victim.