Men are TWICE as likely to fall victim to identity thefts compared to women

Identity thefts hit men more than women as research shows males are TWICE as likely to fall victim to the crime

  • Research found that 23 per cent of men have had their identity stolen
  • The Nationwide study showed that 11 per cent of women had been victim to this 
  • Women were also more cautious about sharing information online, it was shown 

Men are twice as likely to become a victim of identity theft as women.

Research showed that 11 per cent of women have had their identity stolen against 23 per cent of men.

In a poll of 3,000 people, the data showed that despite their higher susceptibility to identity theft, 64 per cent of men were concerned compared with 70 per cent of women.

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Taxes fall, wages rise and jaywalking OK’d by new state laws

Taxes will fall and minimum wages rise for residents in numerous states as a variety of new laws take effect Sunday that could impact people’s finances and, in some cases, their personal liberties.

Some new laws could affect access to abortion. Others will ease restrictions on marijuana and concealed guns, or eliminate the need to pay to get out of jail.







New Laws

An abortion-rights demonstrator holds a sign during a rally May 14 in Chattanooga, Tenn. A variety of new laws take effect Sunday that could have an impact on people’s finances and, in some cases, their personal liberties.




Jaywalkers will get a reprieve in California, thanks to a new law prohibiting police from stopping pedestrians for traffic violations unless they are in immediate danger of being hit by a vehicle.

Here’s a look at some of the laws taking effect in the new year.

Abortion

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