Kids & Money

December 31, 1840 7:00 PM

More is being done to fight identity theft against kids

A small but growing number of states have passed laws that prevent criminals from opening accounts for credit cards in a child’s name. Supporters say the state laws are needed because children have become increasingly vulnerable to identity fraud and credit bureaus have not been proactive enough.

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