Filing a tax return? Here are some ways to avoid scams and keep your personal information safe.
Tax season begins on Feb. 12 this year, but many can start their return process now, giving scammers a chance to target unsuspecting taxpayers. The IRS is warning people about what to look out for and offering tips on how to avoid tax scams.
How to stay safe and make the best of Black Friday deals this year
Black Friday deals have been phased in throughout the month to allow for social distancing at stores, but some retailers are still holding their biggest sale of the year this Friday. Here are some tips for those who will be heading out for deals this week.
Going on the web to look for scarce products? Here’s how you can avoid COVID-19 online shopping scams
Scammers won’t let a pandemic stand in their way of making a quick buck, so the Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers about some online shopping scams and sharing tips on how you can avoid becoming a victim.
How senior citizens who need help running errands can avoid scammers
Older people in Bexar County may need a helping hand to get groceries or pay bills, and sometimes they rely on strangers' kindness to get these errands done. But there are some scammers out there looking to make money off unsuspecting seniors in need of assistance.
Searching for a new apartment in San Antonio? What you should know before moving during the pandemic
If you’re looking for an apartment in the San Antonio area, chances are you’re hunting by yourself or using an apartment locator service to find your new home. But with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the landscape has changed for those looking to move to a new place.