it is quite possible millions of Americans will see their credit take serious damage in the next few years.
(PRWEB) September 15, 2017
Experts deliver new alternative investment advice and resources for individuals being impacted by the giant 2017 Equifax data breach. This includes all new episodes of SDIRA TV with national finance experts and investment advisors, as well as a side by side comparison white paper on retirement investing options.
The record breaking data theft at Equifax which was revealed in early September 2017, is the largest, and potentially most devastating hack yet. The credit bureau originally announced that 143 million Americans had their personal information stolen. Other cybersecurity analysts have since put this number closer to 300 million, or 75% to 100% of the entire population.
Deeper concerns have surfaced as it was discovered three Equifax executives sold off substantial amounts of personally held stock before making the breach known.
With individuals or corporations in control of such sensitive data, and the ability to steal identities, it is quite possible millions of Americans will see their credit take serious damage in the next few years. With credit now a pivotal factor in investing, qualifying for jobs and career promotions, and finding housing, there are significant concerns over the future of their finances.
One of the few solutions available may be investing with current capital already in 401ks and IRAs, which may need to be wisely restructured given the current threats. Experts featured in new episodes of SDIRA TV also highlight the option to use non-recourse loans to expand and accelerate portfolio growth, without personally guarantees that show on their individual credit.
Access these resources, and learn more about alternative investing with a retirement account at SDIRA.TV.