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How to Protect Yourself and Your Family From Long-Term Care Insurance Scams

How to Protect Yourself and Your Family From Long-Term Care Insurance Scams

When shopping for long-term care insurance, be on the lookout for these bank account-draining scams.

- The Street
Long-term care insurance consumers -- usually upper-middle age and older Americans -- face enough hurdles in finding the best policies. Complicated contracts, high fees and charges, and booming premiums await any long-term care insurance buyer.
On top of that lurks another, more sinister issue for buyers, and it's one of the worst forms of elder fraud -- long-term care insurance fraud.
It's a big problem, given the skyrocketing costs of long-term care services these days, and the...

Federal and State Regulations for Companies Disclosing Data Breaches Remain Murky

Federal and State Regulations for Companies Disclosing Data Breaches Remain Murky

When companies are breached, they are required by the SEC and state regulatory agencies, but the rules are vague and fraught with loopholes.

- The Street
The breach at Yahoo (YHOO) is likely the largest hacking incident to date to occur, as the company confirmed last week that it affected 500 million users in 2014, but other infiltrations have remained under the radar.
When companies are breached, they are required by the SEC and state regulatory agencies to disclose the incident, but the rules are vague and fraught with loopholes. Each state has its own notification requirements while the SEC says the hacking incidents need to be...