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What Financial Products Should You Avoid?
Most for-profit financial institutions (and their marketers) would love to sell you any of their financial products, as that's how they make their m…
Can You Cash a Check Without a Checking Account?
Yes, but slow down! You can throw away a ton of money by cashing a check in the wrong place. This video will guide you in the right direction.
What You Should Know About Payroll Cards
A payroll card, also called a pay card, is a prepaid card that is used to provide an employee's wages each payday. It is typically reloadable so an em…
Considering a Digital-Only Bank?
What are digital-only banks? These are financial service providers that offer online-only or mobile-only accounts. These providers typically don't hav…
Do You (Really) Need a Financial Advisor?
Plan your financial plan: When does a financial advisor makes sense, and when does it cost you more? Additional resources: Choosing an Investmen…
Become a "FoolProof Skeptic", and Do it Right.
Make money, spend money: Gifts, groceries, housing, transportation, utilities, health, entertainment, and more. If you know the cycle of your life, yo…
Beware of Phishing Phone Calls
Phishing scams using emails, texts, and websites have been around for years. Telephone-based phishing scams have been around for years, too. The phon…
Should You Get Your Kids a Debit Card?
In properly equipping your children for the minefield of financial decisions in front of them, I'm sure you introduced a piggy bank, a savings jar, an…
Are Payment Apps Safe?
Not a lot of people carry cash around these days. And the good old plastic card is also becoming old school. For many people, "contactless" payments …
Do You Have Oversight of Your Finances?
Many people are struggling to keep track of their money, their bills, etc., and this is nothing new. How often have you been short on cash or forgotte…
Where Should You Save Your Money?
Have you been saving your money? If so, what type of account are you putting it in? There are many choices. In this report we look at typical savings …
What You Need to Know About Peer-to-Peer Payments
Peer-to-peer payments are becoming a very popular way for friends to split the bill for a dinner, gift, tickets or other items. These services can be …
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.
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.
How Do You Pay Your Bills? Online or Off.
We all have bills to pay. Whether it's the rent, mortgage, utilities, credit cards, or loans, bills must be paid in some way. Some people choose to wr…
7 Simple Steps to the Best Checking Account
Life is a lot easier if you have a checking account. You can store your money, you get a debit card that is linked to your checking account, to be abl…
Should You Use Online Banking to Track Accounts and Pay Bills?
Use common sense, practice caution, and follow the helpful tips in this video to keep you safe and secure from hackers and viruses.
Mobile Payments: Ins & Outs
In this video we’ll give you a few tips and trick on how to pay with your phone wisely and safely.
Scammers & Checking Accounts
Fake check scams are targeting your wallet. Learn the warning signs and avoid the traps. Getting burned by counterfeit checks is something that happe…
Should You Use Check Cashing-Services?
Do you know anybody who uses check cashing services or someone that buys money orders to pay bills?
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