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April showers? With spring cleaning and the end of tax-filing season, what really “reigns” this month are free shredding events held across the country — including dozens hosted by our Fraud Watch Network and AARP Foundation — to safely destroy unneeded paperwork that could help crooks steal your identity.
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About half of Americans now use computers or smartphones as their primary banking method. Online banking with PCs or Macs still reigns supreme as “most preferred” by one-third of customers, but mobile banking has increased fourfold since 2010.
Spring cleaning your devices
Spring cleaning should include more than decluttering your garage and closets. Take these simple steps to reduce your risks of identity theft:
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For those of you who liked getting your estimated Social Security benefits statements by mail, you're in luck. The Social Security Administration says it's planning to send out paper statements once again, beginning in September.
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