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2017 saw the world record set for the most data breaches ever. If that fact doesn’t shock you, maybe the numbers will: 7.89 billion information records were compromised in that year alone — rounding up that’s 8 billion accounts that were made accessible to criminals.
In terms of the LGBTQ community, society has come quite far. The dissonance between heterosexual and homosexual is becoming smaller, and with the long-awaited legalization of same-sex marriage, couples are now having to look at familiar situations through news lenses: housing, representation in media, travel abroad and, namely, finances — and not only how to effectively plan and protect oneself and family, but how to stretch one’s dollar the farthest and use it in the same way as a vote in a ballot box.
Here's a tip: hindsight budgeting doesn't work. To solve this issue, Kirk developed his own cash management system in 1985 and it has helped thousands of people better manage their incomes. Implement this system and begin a sound financial future.
One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to start saving more. Now that we’re almost halfway through the year, here are 4 easy-ish things you can do now that you will thank yourself for later.
Now a global phenomenon, cryptocurrency is rife with jargon and multi-layered ideas that might make it inaccessible to the average investor. But seriously — Bitcoin, Ethereum, huh? With cryptocurrency, a little education goes a long way.
Risk is a fact of life, and it is a part of everything we do. What are the different types of investment risk and how do you know if you are taking the appropriate amount in the current environment? Here’s a quick guide to help you make more informed decisions.
66% of Millennials have no retirement savings. It's a then vs now mentality, and most often, now wins out. Here's the issue: Millennials are living the longest of any generation and winter is coming.
Living simply is an idea oft revered. I mean, who doesn’t want be unencumbered by the necessities of a life that’s overtly social and material? Imagine: not having to worry about the clothes you wear, or the car you drive, because making the decision to own less and live more feels so much better than anything else society can muster. It’s a pretty story, isn’t it?