Everything You Need to Know About the Equifax Data Breach

I run a cybersecurity operation for a multi-billion dollar financial institution. So, as you can guess, I spent a good portion of the last 24 hours researching and understanding the impact this breach had on our customers. I want to share (what I can) the results of that research with you. Most of which was confidential, and not pertinent to you, has been removed.

With that, please take a look and make sure to follow the instructions to check if you are impacted and to sign up for identity theft protection.

As a side note, if you are looking to protect yourself from a popular form of cyber-attack, please check out my other article on ransomware:

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Painful Financial Mistakes – Part 1

 

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There’s valuable stuff in hearing about people’s mistakes. So I thought I’d share some of the painful financial mistakes that have stuck with me. This will be a two-part post, and I’ll share Part 2 later this week.

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Reading Recap: The Book on Real Estate Investing With No (and Low) Money Down

**Last week, non-subscribers missed out on my Paycheck Breakdown via my weekly email digest. This week, the email digest will include my complete Spending Breakdown. Sorry, I’m just not ready to post that info on the interwebs.

I finished listening to the audio version of The Book on Real Estate Investing With No (and Low) Money Down on Audible, so I thought I’d give you a quick re-cap of the book in case you were interested in learning the basics of real estate investing and didn’t know which books were solid starting points.

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