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My new wallet

Payments on the Go

It seems almost inevitable these days that your credit card information will be at risk from a retailer’s system breach or worse, your card number stolen and used for fraudulent purchases. Clearly the established credit payment systems are lacking. Next generation payment methods like mobile pay and chipped credit cards promise improvement; whether they will […]

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The IRS Breach and What it Means to You

Data breaches have become so common lately that you may not even blink.  However when it happens to the Internal Revenue Service and affects some 100,000 taxpayers, that’s bound to get your attention.  This week the IRS announced that not only did hackers compromise the tax records of those 100,000; attempts on another 100,000 were […]

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Shopping for Last Minute Tax Breaks

It wouldn’t be Christmas without lights on Main Street, cookies for Santa, packages from Amazon. And what’s Christmas without year-end tax legislation? Never to disappoint, Congress passed and President Obama signed into law the Tax Increase Prevention Act (TIPA) on December 19. For the most part TIPA is nothing new, and in fact the “extenders” […]

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Gifts that Give Back

Folks have been lamenting the commercialization of the holiday season for years, but the outcry this year about shopping on Thanksgiving indicates a rebellion of sorts. Christmas decorations pop up in stores in September; relentless television advertising pushes consumers to empty wallets for a “perfect” holiday; the irony of rushing around buying gifts right up […]

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