Best of the week – December 28, 2013

Here are some articles that caught my eye this week…

a message from CEO Gregg Steinhafel about Target’s payment card issues

If you have followed the news at all over the last couple weeks you probably have seen the stories about the credit card breach at Target. It is estimated as many as 40 million accounts may have been impacted. If you purchased something at Target between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15th you might have been affected. This message from Target’s CEO provides the info you need to make sure you are protected.

The 5 Best And Worst Car Insurance Companies As Rated By Consumers

Is your insurance company on this list?

Year-End Mission: Spot Signs Of Elderly Financial Abuse

This is an important topic that probably doesn’t get talked about enough. The elderly are often the target of scam artists. Sadly, the most common perpetrators of this are often family members.

10 New Year’s Resolutions That Can Save You More Than $1,000

It’s that time of year where we tend to be thinking about where we have been and where we want to be. If you are struggling, one of these just might help you start your way toward that beginner emergency fund.

5 Things to Consider When Creating a Will

It is estimated that nearly 55% of American’s die without a will. Don’t be one of those people. You owe it to your family to ease their burden in the most difficult of times.

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