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During the month of July we want you to be aware of our Fraud Resolution & Identity Theft Services

In the event of an identity theft or fraud related event, Canopy’s Fraud Resolutions Specialists provide both affordable and expedient assistance

March is Financial Education Month

Did you a benefit through Canopy’s financial coaching program, My Secure Advantage (MSA), covered members receive 30 days of unlimited financial coaching at no-cost.



In this issue: Develop a Resilient Personality, Steps to Raise Your Credit Score, Laugh at Work Week, Gift Giving Guide, Manage Your Debt, How to Use Your EAP

Now’s a Good Time to Review Your Financial Habits

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Now's a Good Time to Review Your Financial Habits
As the market continues its gyrations and bad news continues to flow on energy, housing and food prices, it's time for a tune–up of the way you spend, save and plan.

The “B” Word - Budget Follow Up


In our last article we suggested that people may need to rethink how they choose to spend money in light of the economic downturn and the increase in expenses for gas and food. There are places to cut back. You may not want to cut back – but you can. In that article we asked people to email us ideas they use to cut back their spending. We had many people respond with great ideas and wanted to share them.

The “B” Word - Budget


In today’s economy everyone needs a Budget. With the price of gas at $4.00 a gallon plus – and no end in sight - everyone has had to rethink everyday expenses.

Tax Time


Earlier is better when it comes to working on your taxes. Taxpayers are encouraged to get a head start on tax preparation, especially since early filers avoid the last minute rush and get their refunds sooner.


IN THIS ISSUE: Offbeat Ways to Eat Better, Exercise More, Generalized Anxiety, Financial Corner, How to Use Your EAP

High-Risk Tax Audit Targets


Worried about the possibility of a tax audit? The odds are low: during the past few years, less than two percent of all tax returns were audited by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Self Defense Against Identity Theft,
Part Three: Computers and Foiling Identity Thieves Away From Home


Over the past few years the number of people using the internet to conduct business, make purchases, and pay bills has skyrocketed. Unfortunately, so has the number of people looking to steal your information online. The following are tips to protect yourself.