Wednesday, October 18

October 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about college financial aid, tuition aid, and a new airline fee from the Wall Street Journal.

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September 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight videos about getting cheaper airfare, carry-on luggage that fits overhead, and how ink affects printer costs from Consumer Reports.

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July 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about what to look for when test driving a car, second thoughts, and picking kids apps from NPR.

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June 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about keeping tax records, earning extra cash, thing home buyers want from Kiplinger.com.

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May 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about ransomware, ATM skimmer scams, and over-insuring from Consumer Reports.

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April 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about negotiating with credit card companies, your Internet data, and what a printer cartridge lawsuit might mean for consumers from Marketplace.

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March 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about brick-and-mortar stores electronically watching you, how reviews of medical studies may be influenced, and electronic health records helping to customize treatments from NPR.

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February 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight several Tax Tips video podcasts about out-of-pocket deductions, deducting state sales tax, and deducting student-loan interest paid by your parents from Kiplinger.com.

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January 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight several 30-Second Privacy Fix video podcasts about using a 6-digit PIN, covering your webcam, and using two-factor authentication from Consumer Reports.

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December 2016

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about 10 items to always buy used, 16 ways to lower you energy bill, and security issues at public cell phone charging stations from Clark Howard.

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FoolProof Education

FoolProof Education is a highly interactive, self-grading group of online lessons called "Modules." The Modules teach consumers of all ages about money, financial responsibility and the realities of the free enterprise system.

High School, College & Home School Curriculum

Closely aligned to the Common Core standards and state personal financial literacy requirements.

Educate Yourself, a Friend or Family Member

Choose from a wide variety of topics. Start and stop and continue at anytime.