Identity Theft, Fraud and Your Wealth. How You Can Stay Protected.
by Nancy L. Anderson, CFP®, Senior Financial Planner Kevin J. Miller, J.D., CFP®, Senior Financial Planner
Identify theft and fraud is a fast-growing crime, with more than 15 million consumers falling victim to identity fraud in 2016 alone, according to Javelin Strategy & Research. The more families know about the risks, the better prepared they are to combat identify theft and protect their wealth. Read about the different types of identity fraud, the long-lasting financial and emotional impacts and tips for preventing identity theft.
The 3 different kinds of identity theft