Protecting Your Financial Information Uploaded To A Cloud

Protecting Your Financial Information Uploaded To A Cloud

Consumers have embraced cloud storage because of the many conveniences offered: You can access your information from any device, you can work with others on documents at the same time, and you no longer need a stockpile discs, portable drives, and other means of backup. Saving information on a cloud means you no longer have to worry about losing pictures of your sister’s wedding due to a computer virus, and you don’t have to email yourself documents when you want to move from the desktop to the laptop. Read more

Preventing and Defending Yourself Against Cyber Attacks

Preventing and Defending Yourself Against Cyber Attacks

Most people keep their “life” on their smartphones, tablets, and computers. People store emails, texts messages, photos, passwords, address and contact information for family and friends, a even credit card information. Imagine if someone got a hold of these devices. Cyber criminals could use this information to steal your money or commit other forms of identity theft. Read more

Playing Financial Catch Up Mid-Career: How to Make It Work

Playing Financial Catch Up Mid-Career: How to Make It Work

Your financial life is like the world series: It can be a slow game at times with a lot of at-bats, strikeouts, and missed catches as part of the game. Some income periods are more profitable than others with periods of unemployment, illnesses, leaving you behind in the score financially. Just as baseball teams face challenges such as rain and injuries, you face challenges which may include fluctuating market conditions, debt accumulation, and financial emergencies that drain your savings. Read more

Job Hopping and Career Changes - The New Normal

Job Hopping and Career Changes – The New Normal

Millennials are changing jobs at a faster rate than previous generations: According to a study on LinkedIn, Millennials move companies an average of four times before reaching 32. The study uncovered that “Over the last 20 years, the number of companies people worked for in the five years after they graduated has nearly doubled. ¹” Read more