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10 social media posts that can endanger your finances

U.S. News & World Report Logo By Susannah Snider of U.S. News & World Report | Slide 1 of 11: Publishing the details of your personal life on social media may seem like a harmless pastime. But if you don't share wisely, your posts can have real financial consequences. "There's a tremendous connection between the kind of information you share on social media and the security of your finances," says Kyle Marchini, senior analyst for fraud management at Javelin Strategy & Research. So how do you know which posts to publish and which to delete from your social media channels? Read on for 10 posts to avoid publishing to social media.

When oversharing costs you money

Publishing the details of your personal life on social media may seem like a harmless pastime. But if you don't share wisely, your posts can have real financial consequences. "There's a tremendous connection between the kind of information you share on social media and the security of your finances," says Kyle Marchini, senior analyst for fraud management at Javelin Strategy & Research. So how do you know which posts to publish and which to delete from your social media channels? Read on for 10 posts to avoid publishing to social media.
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