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New Service Will Alert You If Your SSN Is Used

A new service will let you know when someone uses your social security number. “Civic, which bills itself as an ‘identity protection network’ and launches in beta today, hinges on a simple enough premise: If your Social Security number is used, you’ll get a push notification. 48 more words

Security & Legal Issues

5 Dicas para construir Histórico de Crédito nos Estados Unidos (a #2 é a mais importante!)

Se você acabou de se mudar para os Estados Unidos, muito provavelmente está passando pelo mesmo problema que passamos: você não tem histórico de crédito!   1,095 more words


The Difference Between SSN and TIN (Infographic)

For property managers who work with tenant screening applicants regularly, you are bound to run into people who don’t have a social security number (SSN). This can sometimes complicate the process when needed to review their credit history in order to make an informed decision. 96 more words

Management Tips

Texas man's life ruined for 20 years after an illegal immigrant sex offender stole his identity - and the thief will serve only one year in prison

From Daily Mail
By James Wilkinson For Dailymail.com | Published: 09:55 EST, 3 May 2016 | Updated: 16:11 EST, 3 May 2016

A Texas man whose life was destroyed when a sex offender stole his identity hopes he will be able to rebuild his world now the thief has pleaded guilty to misusing his Social Security number. 368 more words


What I learned after coming to the US

Pardon the clickbait title, but there was no easy way to get my friends to learn about 401K, HSA and similar “boring” things. Quite a few of my friends are coming to the US in the next few months and if I can summarize my experiences and my many hours of… 2,531 more words

SSA Putting Millions of Americans at Risk for Identity Theft

The Social Security Administration puts millions of Americans at risk for identity theft by putting their full Social Security Numbers on letters sent in the mail. 103 more words