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    Learning Cybersecurity Basics

    By Delta Community

    Did you know that every October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)? NCSAM is a collaborative effort between the federal government and U.S. industry to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity and to help ensure that all Americans have information they may use to be more knowledgeable and more secure online. This year NCSAM is emphasizing personal accountability and stressing the importance of taking proactive steps to enhance cybersecurity at home and in the workplace.

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    Protecting the Investment in Your Car

    By Delta Community

    If you're concerned about being able to pay for future repairs for your aging car, there are several options you may want to research and then decide if they're appropriate for you. We'll touch briefly on two that are worth looking into more deeply: extended warranties and GAP coverage.

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    What is Good Debt vs. Bad Debt?

    By Delta Community

    Loans are a type of debt, where you must pay back the money borrowed (the principal) along with an additional percentage of the principal, the loan’s interest. The interest is the profit the lender makes on the loan they’ve extended. But all debt is not created equal. Did you know there is both “good debt” and “bad debt”?

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    Watch Out for Social Security Number Scammers

    By Delta Community

    In 2019, the Federal Trade Commission’s Consumer Sentinel Network database has seen a dramatic increase in reports involving a variation of a classic scam, to steal identities and money from unwary consumers. Read More

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    Lessons on Managing Student Debt

    By Delta Community

    Student loans continue to help students achieve their advanced education goals—while at the same time creating what may be lifelong debt for them. Last year nearly 70% of 2018 graduates took out student loans and graduated with debt that is just shy of $30,000. Read More

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    10 Steps to Financial Success: Part Three

    By Delta Community

    This post completes our 10 Steps to Financial Success series. Regardless of what financial success means just for you, it’s unlikely that you’ll achieve it without controlling both costs and expenditures, knowing what you want to do with your money, and planning how to fulfill those goals. At Delta Community, we offer a series of free classes through our Financial Education Center.
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    10 Steps to Financial Success: Part Two

    By Delta Community

    This post is a continuation of our 10 Steps to Financial Success series. Regardless of what financial success means just for you, it’s unlikely that you’ll achieve it without controlling both costs and expenditures, knowing what you want to do with your money, and planning how to fulfill those goals. At Delta Community, we offer a series of free classes through our Financial Education Center.
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    10 Steps to Financial Success: Part One

    By Delta Community

    Regardless of what financial success means just for you, it’s unlikely that you’ll achieve it without controlling both costs and expenditures, knowing what you want to do with your money, and planning how to fulfill those goals. At Delta Community, we offer a series of free classes through our Financial Education Center. We’ve highlighted one of those workshops, 10 Steps to Financial Success, here.

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    10 Travel Tips

    By Delta Community

    Going on vacation requires careful planning, and the pre-vacation logistics of domestic and international travel can become quite stressful. To simplify the process, here are 10 tips to help you get the most out of your trip.

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    Be Watchful for Telephone and Text Scams

    By Delta Community

    Hackers and other online fraudsters never stop investigating methods for making your money their money. Through email phishing, text message phishing (known as “smishing”), telephone scams, viruses, malware, and massive corporate security breaches, there is a non-stop global competition to develop new ways to steal information and/or money from you.

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