Each year, there are hundreds of data breaches across the country and around the world. In 2016, more than 10 million passwords became available through these breaches. While breaches are an unfortunate part of our world today, the important lessons they teach us can help us better secure our data in the future.
Every April, many taxpayers wait until the last minute to file their federal income tax returns. Despite this tendency, there are many reasons to file your taxes early. If you will receive a refund, you may want to submit your return as quickly as possible.
After the financial whirlwind of the holidays, tax season always seems to sneak up on us as one of the most dreaded times of the year. No matter how many times you’ve been through it, it’s still so easy to feel nervous when you’re faced with the inevitable responsibility of properly and promptly filing your annual taxes.
By: Brian Corson, CR210 Branch Vice President and Money Makeover Coach
The New Year is an exciting holiday. It symbolizes fresh beginnings and renewed opportunities to accomplish our goals. It is also a time to reflect on, and learn from, our experiences and express gratitude for all we have.
You start off the new year with the best intentions ... Save more money. Pay off debt. Stick to a budget. Like a well-oiled machine, you’re ready and revved up to accomplish your financial goals, whatever they may be.
Millennials have grown up on technology like personal computers, cell phones and the Internet. And while they may be tech-savvy, millennials are also the most blasé about how technology can lead to identity theft.
I would be willing to bet that, at some point in your life, you’ve been offered a retail credit card during a checkout experience. And if you haven’t, you’re sure to be offered one during your holiday shopping. At first, you might wonder if you have enough time to fill out the application before all the big-screen TVs are gone, or if the discount will be big enough for what you’re buying.
A 2015 study found that 41% of households headed by someone aged 55 to 64 had no retirement savings, and only about a third of them had a traditional pension. Among households in this age group with savings, the median amount was just $104,000.*
Since our Internet & Mobile Banking conversion earlier this year, VyStar members have been asking for a few updates. Adding a memo to an internal transfer, improving search capabilities for your accounts, and offering printer-friendly options were among the top requests we received to make your online experience easier.
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