The IRS does not send unsolicited emails about a person’s tax account or ask for detailed personal and financial information.
Folks enjoying the night out Saturday in Boston said it’s disheartening to hear about another major data security breach.
Here are some answers to the most common questions about the Target data theft.
It is important to be checking your credit report and credit scores at least annually.
No one should charge you for your credit report.
Salem State University is warning 25,000 current and former students and staff that their social security numbers may be in the wrong hands.
There has been a rebound in identity theft according Javelin Strategy. So how can you protect yourself?
Chances are that if you own a phone or computer, an attempt to steal your identify has been made by scammers.
Be wary of anyone that wants you to sign a blank return or who refuses to put their name and Social Security number on your return.
When you think of identity theft, chances are you don’t think your government is part of the problem.