There are steps you can take now to minimize the fallout if your smartphone gets nicked. But many say technology that would render phones completely useless if they're taken is still needed.
With the growth of mobile and online banking, using pen and paper to write a check seems more outdated every day.
Banks that market to US military personnel are among the top collectors of fees.
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