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Many of us already prefer mobile or online banking, but it's not for everyone. Know your needs, and be honest about your habits before you decide to switch.
A reader wants to know which of two credit monitoring services she's using is the better deal. My answer? Drop them both like a bad habit.
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Internet banking is convenient, cheaper and secure. But depositors should take a few precautions before signing up for an online account.
Searching the Internet for the rich and famous can lead even the casual pop culture enthusiast into the depths of technology hell . . . and raise the risk of identity theft.
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