1. Tax season is underway and fraudsters are already attempting to con the unsuspecting in 2020. To protect your data, identity, and money, please be aware of the following scams. Identity Theft Tax Refund Scam When someone uses your identity to file a fraudulent tax refund and claim a refund, it’s an identity theft tax refund. […]
    Feb 10, 2020
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  2. Have you ever experienced that moment when you’re at dinner with a group, and the waiter brings the check? You start asking questions … Who accepts the check? Who pays it? Do I have enough cash and coins to pay for my meal? Should we ask to split it and risk making the waiter’s life […]
    Dec 20, 2019
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  3. As our world becomes more connected, the threat of cybercrime continues to grow, making it one of the largest looming threats for businesses and individuals.  According to , 23% of Americans reported being a victim of cybercrime or having a family member who was a victim. Meanwhile, found that cybercriminals targeted small businesses 43% of […]
    Dec 17, 2019
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  4. Wear sunscreen. Stay hydrated. Think twice before clicking “Reply All.” Do not go back for that third slice of cake. The world around us is spinning with suggestions, recommendations, and cautionary tales of why we should or should not do something based on some “listen man, I’ve been there” terrible first-hand experience. The reality is, […]
    Aug 1, 2019
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  5. Arizona is notorious for its record-breaking summer temperatures, which can translate to an extreme energy bill during the hottest months of the year. In this article we’ve compiled a list to help you cut energy costs in the summer sun. Use a programmable thermostat The heating and cooling systems (HVAC) are the largest electricity consumers […]
    Jul 30, 2019
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