Be Sure Spring Financial Cleaning Includes Your Digital Documents

It might be spring cleaning, or just the urge to destroy something after finishing your taxes, but Marketwatch's Chuck Jaffe says be diligent about protecting your online documents and passwords. Photo: AP.

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