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With increasing news reports about data breaches, it's important to take precautions to protect your identity. Here are six steps you should take now to keep your personal information safe:
The three-letter message on the caller ID strikes fear in any American’s heart: IRS. You pick up the phone, nervously, to hear a somber voice with an unsettling message.
“This is the IRS,’’ the voice..