Tuesday, May 30

July 2016

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about preparing ahead for 2016 taxes, protecting computers from malware, and verifying contractors before hiring from Clark Howard.

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June 2016

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about secret car warranties, saving for an emergency fund, and what you need to know about your credit report from Consumer Reports.

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May 2016

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about worst things to keep in your wallet, shopping mistakes, and items you can't return to Amazon from Kiplinger.com.

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April 2016

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about house hunting, cleaning your screens, and supermarket prepared foods from Consumer Reports.

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March 2016

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about how scams work, auctions, and gym memberships from NPR's Planet Money.

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February 2016

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about buying at warehouse clubs, what you should know before shopping online, and the 2016 retirement contribution limits from Kiplinger.com

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January 2016

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about speeding up your Internet streaming, cutting teen car insurance costs, and getting the last drop from tubes and bottles from Consumer Reports

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December 2015

In this Brain Food we highlight videos about dipping into your savings, how your credit score might be costing you, and why sticking to your goals may cost you from Marketplace.

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November 2015

In this Brain Food we highlight videos about saving money without looking like a cheapskate, awesome things you can get for free, and 3 reasons you can't get out of debt from Kiplinger.com.

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October 2015

In this Brain Food we highlight videos about protecting your social security number, scams targeting seniors, and car insurance from Consumer Reports.

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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.