Social media is rife with identity threats, such as scams, oversharing and reputation damage. In order to practice good identity hygiene, constantly be aware of what is being shared and what kind of information those posts and pictures give away to strangers.
Making a detailed list of what you own ensures that you won’t overlook anything if you have to recall what was in your house should it be lost by fire, theft or other circumstance.
When the temperature falls to 32ºF or below, you can prevent water damage from freezing pipes by taking a few simple steps.
Snow, sleet, ice and below freezing temperatures all have an effect on driving conditions. During winter, safety depends on driver performance in winter hazards, good vehicle maintenance—and common sense. These tips will help you and your car weather the winter.
Living in New England we know that anything can happen in our mercurial coastal climate and that we must to be prepared.
Checking your credit report regularly helps to ensure that someone else isn’t using your name to open credit cards, apply for loans, or start new utility services and leaving you to foot the bill. Fraud that impacts your credit report can decimate your credit and good standing, making future financial decisions even more complicated and costly.
The most important variable in your Homeowner’s Insurance policy is the replacement value— the estimated amount of money you would need to rebuild your house from the foundation up with materials of similar kind and quality.
We need to manage our identities just as we would other aspects of our physical, financial and emotional health. Identity hygiene refers to ongoing proactive maintenance that individuals, families and organizations take to ensure that their sensitive information remains as safe as possible.