But what steps do we take to protect our identities?
The new burglary: a personal intrusion.
Identity theft is becoming more common today as we exchange personal information in the mail, over the phone and via the Internet. Maintaining control and ownership over your identity is as much a part of your financial well-being as staying debt-free and purchasing appropriate life and disability insurance policies. Just like positioning motion detectors and panic buttons for your home and car, there are easy ways to minimize the risk of someone stealing your identity. (more…)