This Week @ Financial Literacy 101

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How to Protect Your Identity

A secure financial identity is an asset worth its weight in gold. Learn simple strategies for protecting it with This Week.

Introduction to Identity Theft

In today's world, data is the key to almost everything - including your identity.

How to Secure Your Phone

As most mobile phones become "smart" phones, the consequences of an insecure device can be much greater than a long distance bill.

Backing Up Your Personal Information

How automated back up strategies can help to protect your data.

How to Avoid Being Hacked

Actively managing your online accounts, using strong passwords, and adjusting your online behaviors can greatly reduce the risk of being hacked.

How to Protect Your Social Security Number

In the wrong hands, the misuse of these nine digits may cause damage that could take years to repair.

Social Media and Identity Theft

What you reveal online can compromise your personal and financial security.

Understanding Medical Identity Theft

Medical identity theft is a little-known form of identity theft with consequences affecting more than just your wallet.

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Prepare Your Kids for Financial Success

This week we hope you'll find lots of actionable information to help your children reach financial security as they get older.

Preparing Kids for a Lifetime of Financial Success

This week we'll share lots of actionable information to help your children reach financial security as they get older.

How to Raise a Saver

Instilling good savings habits in children is a critical first step in preparing them for later financial success. Follow the advice here to raise your own saver.

Lessons Kids Need to Build a Financial Foundation

Children who are given early financial lessons are armed with the tools they need to navigate life's financial challenges.

Teaching Your Teen About Money

Good financial habits are usually learned early in life. Teaching teenagers the basics about money is one of the best things you can do to help them thrive.

Boomerang Kids: How to Help Them

Advice for successfully launching your adult children into the next stage of life.

Most Common Money Mistakes Young People Make

How to help your children avoid financial self-sabotage.

Your Spending Behavior Influences Your Children

With a healthy perspective toward spending, budgeting and saving -- and being open with your children about the subject -- you can help your children have a healthy relationship with money.

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