This month we highlight videos on replacing your tires, printers and printer ink from Consumer Reports.
This month we highlight podcasts on smart devices and fake news from Marketplace.org.
This month we highlight podcasts on dark patterns and how the stock market works from NPR's Planet Money.
This month we highlight videos on smartphone and smart speaker privacy from Consumer Reports.
This month we highlight podcasts on side gigs, humor, and printers from NPR.
This month we highlight podcasts on finding an affordable college and paying for college from Marketplace.org.
This month we highlight videos on avoiding income and social security scams, and exploring data about consumer issues from the FTC.
This month we highlight videos cleaning your car, maintaining your car, and making your car last from Consumer Reports.
This month we highlight videos about less tech more play, limiting EdTech, and avoiding video game addiction from the Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood.
This month we highlight videos about mask problems and creating a Chromebook from Consumer Reports.
This month we highlight podcasts about saving and budgeting from NPR.
This month we highlight videos about dealing with robocalls, improving your home office, and making your appliances last from Consumer Reports.
About 35 million people in America are worried about not having money to feed their families, so called food insecurity. This video offers tips as well as resources for help.
Not all lenders are legit. So what are the warning signs? Check out our tips right here.
The FGA acts as the fairy godmother of financial wishes. But, will the FGA be granting your wish, or those of a scammer?
The Child Tax Credit (CTC) is a credit for individuals who claim a child as a dependent on their federal tax return as long as the child meets certain conditions.
Say you're selling something—online or offline—and you get paid by a stranger. He pays you via payment app—think Venmo, Zelle, Square Cash and the like—and the money shows up in your app account instantly.
Your kids should become healthy skeptics when it comes to spending money, and learn how to save money, to boot! Here’s how you can help get them started...
If you have an Amazon Echo, Tile, or Ring device, read on. Amazon turned on their Sidewalk service for Echo devices on June 8th and will turn on Tile devices on June 14th.
It can be a great thing, but there are quite a few challenges and pitfalls, too. Think scams and financial mistakes...
The way we pay has steadily changed over the years. Carrying cash and using plastic cards are becoming an old concept as we shift towards apps and other contactless payment options.
Back in the day, cashiers often asked customers which payment method they'd be using. Not to be outdone, scammers also accepted cash, physical checks, or credit cards.
Vishing attacks are voice phishing attacks. By using the phone, scammers can use emotion and build trust in order to trick their victims.
Job hunting is stressful enough without having to worry about getting caught by scammers. Instead of offering you a job, scammers want your money and personal information.
If you have debt, owe people money, or are struggling paying your bills, you are a potential target for scammers. Watch this video now...
A desperate phone call from your grandchild in the middle of the night can send your blood pressure through the roof.
"The FoolProof Foundation believes there is a fundamental flaw in the teaching of financial literacy."
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