January is Clean Up Your Computer Month. Bankrate offers tips for seniors to protect their privacy and security online. The advice applies to anyone.
The IRS’ use of high-tech cellphone surveillance devices has some concerned about just what data will be collected and from whom.
Be careful what you say, especially about your taxes. You never know who might be listening! One taxpayer’s conversation with the IRS made it onto Howard Stern’s show.
A new study suggests anonymous credit card data isn’t really so anonymous.
The CFPB is implementing a new rule that will allow certain banks and credit unions to stop sending privacy disclosures via standard mail. Do you understand your bank’s privacy policies?
Social Security verification letters will continue to be available by postal mail.
Banks use a combination of safeguards to protect their customers’ personal data. But customers themselves also must take a part in safeguarding their personal financial information. This means you. That’s a message from the American Bankers Association, ABA, a trade group in Washington, D.C., that represents banking companies and is urging bank customers to take
Equifax is making big bucks from selling your salary information to potential employers and financial institutions.
Government officials in Argentina are now tracking debit card purchases, giving some credence to consumer worries over debit cards’ “paper trail.”
Four important tips for consumers who’ve recently opened a new bank checking account.