Who Has Your Numbers? Many have learned from bad experience that, in our computerized age, identity fraud is a growing problem. The numbers that we live by are the same numbers -- In the wrong hands -- That can disrupt our lives. Finance managers who manage their corporation's numbers must also learn to manage their personal identity numbers.
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