A positive money mindset takes us much further down the path towards financial success than a negative mindset. If you find yourself constantly saying, "I'm bad with money" or "We'll never be able to afford (fill in the blank)", than most likely you will see yourself continue to make poor choices with money which won't allow you to "afford" the things you'd like. In the spirit of positivity, here are 5 money mantras to beef up your bank account!
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January 31, 2018 is the deadline to sign up for the free credit monitoring Equifax is offering consumers. If you are one of the many who tried to sign up last fall, experienced trouble getting through, and never got signed up, the time is now. Click the link above.
What’s Equifax offering?
Until January 31st, anyone with a Social Security number can sign up for one year of free credit monitoring at equifaxsecurity2017.com. You don’t need to be a victim of the Equifax breach.
What you get when you sign up?
Equifax’s TrustedID credit monitoring covers all three major nationwide credit reporting agencies – Equifax, TransUnion and Experian. If any suspicious activity appears on your credit report, you’ll get an alert. The free services also include a copy of your Equifax credit report, Social Security number monitoring, and identity theft insurance. Plus, for a year, you can lock and unlock your Equifax credit file for free. Credit locks help limit access to your credit file by identity thieves trying to open new accounts. You need to get locks with all three credit reporting agencies for them to be effective.
What happens after January 31st?
According to Equifax’s website, the enrollment period for free credit monitoring ends January 31st. Instead, starting January 31st, it will offer a free lock-for-life product that will allow you to lock and unlock your credit file, at no cost, from a mobile phone or computer. Equifax hasn’t announced the details yet. So, if you want to know more, check Equifax’s website after January 31st.