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By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large One of the areas of Internet security that is increasingly intriguing to me is this idea that you can be on the Internet anonymously. I like that. Every time I turn around, it seems as though someone else is trying to intrude on my life…or into my wallet…simply by virtue of the fact that I am online. I’ve written before about the wonderful Patriot Privacy Kit digital book, and how I think it serves as a great manual for staying safe while roaming around online. I’ve previously highlighted the great information it... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large With automobiles lasting much longer than they did years ago, along with the need nowadays to save as much as possible on “big ticket” necessities, buying a pre-owned car or truck is something we, or someone we know, will likely do at least once every several years. If you’re like so many, however, you lack the basic knowledge necessary to make even a remotely informed decision about the condition of the vehicle you’re considering for purchase - you wish you had some kind of idea about what to look for when inspecting... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Cell phones used to be just…phones. Years ago, while there were ways for those communications to be accessed, the idea of cell phones as prime hacking and eavesdropping targets was barely a consideration in those days. Now, of course, things are different, and it has a lot to do with the fact that cell phones are computers. “Smartphones,” as they are called, can do everything your laptop and desktop computers can do, which means they are every bit the targets for hacking as your stand-alone computers and tablets. If you’re like many... Read more →

Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Christian has published a regular flow of articles here lately on the subject of Internet security, and hacking, more specifically. Not only is the subject more important than ever, but it seems as though hacking efforts have become more frequent than ever. Just recently, a friend of mine was the target of a specific, deliberate hacking attempt against all of his devices, and we’re hearing a lot now about smartphones being the new “favorite” targets of hackers, as more people spend more of their “Internet time” using their phones as the access... Read more →

Outside of the absolute basics (family, money, etc.), Internet security is perhaps the most important issue in your life…and you likely don’t realize it. We have all borne witness to high-profile compromises of the databases of various, well-known merchants over the last several years, compromises that have put millions upon millions at risk of identity theft in a variety of forms and fashions. In addition to those types of assaults on the security of your online information, there is, of course, the ever-present threat that one of your devices will become the victim of a direct attempt to pilfer valuable,... Read more →

Tax Return Identity Theft

IRS problem solver Dan Pilla joins Jim to discuss the growing problem of tax refund theft and so called tax identity theft. Also discussed - innocent spouse relief, when married individuals should file separate returns, bankruptcy and taxes, foreclosure and taxes, what to do if you have not filed a tax return in recent years, and more. Dan Pilla is a tax ligitation specialist admitted to practice in U.S. Tax Court. He has authored numerous books on tax related issues focusing on resolving IRS problems. Read more →

Will Greece Ignite A Worldwide Financial Collapse?

On this episode Jim digests and comments on the defeated Greek referendum and what it may mean to word financial markets. Also discussed is the financial collapse of Puerto Rico and the stock market in China. Is the rise in the value of Bitcoin connected to the situation in Greece? Jim also comments on a new smartphone app that can be used to steal your credit cards, and how bankruptcy courts are dealing with social media account. Read more →

Benny Hinn Says A Major Wealth Transfer Coming To Benefit Christians

On this episode Jim shares his thoughts on Benny Hinn's latest message of a transfer of wealth that will benefit Christians. The only catch - to get your share you have to 'sow a seed' into his ministry. Dennis Hastert caught in blackmail scandal after allegations of sex with an underage boy. How many sexual deviants do we have in high positions in our government? Hillary Clinton has a new ultra liberal challenger, Amazon offering free same day delivery in many cities, Snapchat gets $500 million in funding, and Bank Of America fined for unfair debt collection practices. Read more →

With the many protections in place today for cardholders, most people today don't worry all that much about a credit card falling into the wrong hands. The reality is, however, that being the victim of a credit card theft can represent much more than just an inconvenience. 7 Ways To Protect Yourself 1. Understand The Law - Never Share Your PIN Federal law limits your loss on a stolen credit card to a maximum of $50. Things get much more murky on debit cards, however. If you don't report the loss of a debit card within two business days you... Read more →

Wayne Allyn Root Targeted By IRS And U.S. Senator Former Vice Presidential candidate (Libertarian) says he was targeted by the IRS and a U.S. senator. Root says the details of the plot were revealed through a lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch. Root shares details of IRS harassment and audits that began in 2011 and mysteriously ended the week that Lois Lerner was called to testify. Also, is the case against the Baltimore police officers beginning to crumble? Why are local bank branches disappearing? and the growing popularity of so called 'tiny houses.' Read more →

On this episode of the podcast Jim Paris and Bob Yetman discuss the news that only 1 in 3 people say that will be able to fully retire at age 65, the risk of loaning out your car, are those ‘cash for your home’ deals worth considering, and a new website that makes it super easy to shop out your car insurance. Use player below, or download. (Free excerpt of podcast - members click here for full audio) Read more →

Bloomberg is reporting that the Securities And Exchange Commission has filed a fraud lawsuit against former cornerback Will Allen for allegedly running a Ponzi scheme. The suit alleges that Allen promised investors returns of as much as 18%. Allen reportedly raised $31 million dollars from investors that was to be used to make loans to professional athletes. The suit claims that Allen and his partners began using money from new investors to pay back early investors, and that millions were diverted for personal expenses. Allen's assets were frozen by the government when the suit was unsealed this week. Allen played... Read more →

Blood Moons On Wall Street

Jim discusses his new video, Blood Moons On Wall Street. Ephren Taylor is sentenced to nearly 20 years after scamming church members out of an estimated $16 million dollars. Save money at Amazon by tapping into their warehouse deals. Megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar cancels plans to raise money to buy a $65 million dollar jet, and Google to launch low cost cell phone service this year. Read more →

Bernard Madoff - Wizard Of Lies Author Diana Henriques

If you thought you knew the whole story behind the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme, think again. New York Times writer, Diana Henriques, takes you into the dark world of Bernie Madoff and gives us not just an overview of his crime, but exposes the psychology behind a life long scam artist. From his humble beginnings to his jail cell in Federal prison, Henriques takes the mask off of the most infamous con artist of our time. Read more →