Although it can be an uncomfortable notion, one’s own spouse might take advantage of the relationship to steal their partner’s identity. In this video, Adam Levin, chairman and founder of CyberScout and author of Swiped, explains some of the things that married people need to do to keep themselves safe from identity theft. Mr. Levin suggests that married people need to keep their own bank accounts and also build their own individual credit profiles. In addition, there are several steps that people can take to ensure their own financial information is not compromised by the people who know the most about them. Mr. Levin details these steps and also explains additional things people can to monitor their own financial profiles.

Learn more by visiting Adam Levin’s website CyberScout and by purchasing his latest book, Swiped.

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