Security experts believe the world is experiencing a cyber-history event, but it’s for all the wrong reasons. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is giving cybercriminals a reason to get into hyper-mode.
On March 30, the Treasury Department and the IRS announced that the distribution of economic stimulus payments will begin automatically in the following three weeks.
We all know we should save more money than we do. Whether we need to pay down debt, build an emergency fund or save for retirement, we need to cut spending and increase our savings. It’s the only way to build financial security. Now is the perfect time to start if you haven’t already done so.
With the talk of a stimulus check coming, it’s the talk of the town in cyber-security networks that scammers will start targeting people soon regarding this. We want our members to avoid panic mode and be as safe as possible. Here are few tips to help you avoid these scams:
During these times of uncertainty, now more than ever it’s important to look at your finances. Use this time to do a realistic review of your finances and work towards setting up a plan.