I’d like to share with you this interesting infographic from snhu.edu about college and the cost of education. Hope you find it helpful and informative, especially if you’re thinking of availing some financial aid in your college education.
Are you trying to purchase or refinance your home? If you are actively serving the military, a reservist or a retired veteran, you should try to see if you’re eligible for a VA loan.
VA loan is one of the earned benefits of those who served in the military. By this loan, you can finance 100 percent of the purchase price of a home – which means that there will be no down payments and no private mortgage insurance. Plus, you also get competitive interest rates!
You can apply for a VA loan with any mortgage lender that participates in the VA home loan program. At some point, you will need to get a Certificate of Eligibility from VA to prove to the lender that you are eligible for a VA loan. You can get this form by completing a VA Form 26-1880 (Request for a Certificate of Eligibility) or have the lender get this certificate for you thru the Web LGY system.
If you want to see what the current veteran loan rates are, you can browse online for websites or companies that offer VA loans and refinancing to its clients. You can also learn more about this program by going directly to VA.gov.
As technology evolves, so has the means of unscrupulous individuals in targeting their preys.
Internet technology has made it easier for everyone to share information. Things that took some people days, weeks and months to research a few decades back can now be accessed in just a few seconds online. Although the internet had provided some advantages such as the ease in access of information and faster mode of communication (like email, chat, etc.), it also gave individuals the opportunity to commit identity theft and identity fraud easily.
People can get important and sensitive information from almost any imaginable means. Although some of these information can be obtained from your wallet (like your ID cards), mails (like bank statements) and trash (especially if you don’t use a shredder), the internet has opened a lot of options for acquiring information from you too like in phishing, hacking and unsecured connections.
Who can protect your identity?
There’s a site called IdentityHawk that offers a comprehensive identity theft solution for those looking for identity theft protection. Among the benefits offered by IdentityHawk are social security number protection, identity health score, $1 million identity theft insurance, comprehensive alerts, 24/7 identity security scanning, identity recovery experts and credit scores and monitoring.
You can visit their site to learn more about them and how you can take proactive steps to reduce your risks of identity theft and fraud.