New credit data from Experian shows how Americans fare 10 years after the financial crisis.
“If you’re an American, your information probably was exposed," said the researcher who found the breach.
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"We're taking onboarding to the next level," Brienna Pinnow, Experian's Director of Product Marketing, says in an interview
With identity theft, it's not a matter of if, but a matter of when it will happen to you. And when it does, fast action by you, the victim, can stop the thieves in their tracks and help you recover your credit health sooner.
  She says Experian will, in a couple of months, launch an addressable TV ad platform for advertisers and video publishers
Demand for addressable products have tripled recently, she says. Data and technology provider Experian Marketing Services
The Internet has increased the risk of financial fraud for young and old consumers, but thieves still work by phone and mail. Monitor credit data and make sure loved ones know how to keep their financial data safe.
If you've applied for a T-Mobile phone plan within the past two years, there's a high chance your information may have been breached by Experian -- one of the three major credit bureaus.
Many small business owners begin their search for capital by seeking out financing options. However, they might be skipping an important step: knowing their business' credit score.
Few things cause more concern than a letter in the mail from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Though the agency sends out letters or notices for many reasons, identity theft is one of the fastest-growing issues for the IRS.
As the nation's full retirement age edges closer to 70, it means a 22-year-old college graduate has nearly 50 years to save and invest. That's why solid money habits built early can make an enormous difference, even for young people who can't afford to put away more than a few dollars a week at the start.