Tuesday, September 19

 

(Video) Is a Payment Plan for (Small) Purchases a Good Idea?

Viewer beware. Though "rent-to-own" plans may seem convenient and affordable, you may be surprised how costly it can really be.

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(Video) Staying up to Date

Should you keep your device's operating system up to date?

If you don’t, you may be putting your personal and financial information at risk! This video will tell you about the dangers….

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(Video) Are You at Risk of Spearphishing?

Spearphising is a targeted email attack, and scammers may be after your information and money. Shouldn't you know about this?

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(Video) Is Starting a Business a Good Move for You?

You'll have freedom! Be your own boss! Great. But you also have to take care of a lot of details. It's a big step. Check to see if you're ready...

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(Video) Are You (and Your Money) Safe on Facebook?

Facebook is laden with phishing scams and malware by crooks trying to steal your personal and financial information. Stop it cold!

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(Video) Does Buying in Bulk Always Make Sense?

No. There's plenty or reasons why you shouldn't. But also why you should, of course. These tips may help you stock up.

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(Video) Should You Bank Online or Mobile?

Is it safe? Is it really easier? Valid concerns. This video will help determine if mobile and/or online banking is right for you.

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(Video) Credit Cards, Debit Cards, or Prepaid Debit Cards?

Which are safer to use? Answer: It depends. This video compares all 3 options.

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(Video) Should You "Push" or "Pull" Your Online Payment?

Which one is quicker, easier or (more importantly) safer? Do you even know the difference? This video will push you in the right direction.

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(Video) How to Spot a Fake Website?

Fake websites are drawing a lot of victims. Don't be one of them! Here’s how you spot those fake sites.

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Subcategories

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.