Back to school season marks an increase in fraud schemes like phishing and other social engineering attacks.
The fall season brings phishing and other social engineering schemes.
Surveys reveal 57% of Georgia consumers don’t plan around the July 30 and 31 holiday, among other back-to-school shopping findings.
Several states are offering cash prizes to families who contribute to their in-state 529 college savings plan.
Email scams, phishing and malware make back-to-school a fraudster's playground.
Members spend the most on computer software, elementary and secondary school supply stores, bookstores and telecom.
South Florida Educational FCU helps students who need the basics, like supplies.
The $1.4 billion Indiana Members Credit Union came up with 4,000 backpacks full of school supplies to underprivileged children this year. More than 80,000
St. Anne's Credit Union in Fall River, Mass., gets 50 backpacks together with school supplies and sends them off to local elementary school.
Apple Federal Credit Union helps gather school supplies for a new school year in Northern Virginia.