Congratulations on your recent wedding. Your life bond will bring a number of changes with it from big to small. One of these changes also includes the treatment of your respective taxes.
Now you can focus on your personal identifications. If you carry your social security card replacement in your wallet, you will need to contact the Social Security Administration through their fraud line at 1-800-269-0271. You should also contact your Motor Vehicles Bureau about your driver’s license. Make sure that you ask what documentation you will need to bring with you to have new identifications issued. Chances are that you will need to dig out your birth certificate. If you carry workplace identifications or security clearance cards, make sure that you notify your employer.
Credit Monitoring – while credit monitoring can get pretty expensive, it is one of the most effective ways of detecting identity theft. As compared to the cost of ordering your credit report a couple of times a year, credit monitoring is way cheaper. Of course, you need to shop around and check out the best prices.
Keep in mind this is the cost for just one credit social security card replacement account. Most people have more cards than just one; about seven accounts on the average, and with even higher balances!
Give out your account number over the phone unless you’re making the call to a company you know is reputable. If you have questions about a company, check it out with your local consumer protection office or Better Business Bureau.
The report will provide the information that you’ll need to make an informed decision about the prospective tenant. You’ll also be able to compare the report with the application and draw a conclusion about the prospective tenant’s propensity for truth telling. The purpose of the report is not only to assess the prospective tenant’s financial capacity and creditworthiness. You also want to weed out the liars. Take a pass on any prospective tenant that supplies inaccurate information, refuses to provide information, or who has recent eviction judgments.
Tip: talk to your children early about the importance of keeping their identities private. Start when they start using the internet or around 13 at the latest. Use parent controls on your kid’s computer, and make these controls as tight as you want. You won’t be popular with your children, but they will thank you later when they hear about their friends who have had their identities stolen!
I was back to walking home after closing the theater. The owners would usually not stay after the concession stand closed and unless I knew someone that was at the movie I would be stuck with walking the 5 miles home in the dark. I don’t know how many times I walked off the road and almost fell into the ditch on those nights when there was no moon.