Society is changing, and so is technology. Do you know what jobs and skills will be needed in the (near) future?
Everybody makes impulsive and unplanned buying decisions sometimes. For many people this may wreck their budget. How do you (plan to) stop this impulsive monster?
Online shopping prices can be based on the quirkiest variables, from the time of day, your location, or even the devices you use. Better stock up on information first before shopping online.
Rewards or loyalty programs come with many perks. Some may be great, others may cost you dearly. See whether such programs make sense for you and your pocketbook, or not at all.
If you're looking to get a better return on investment (compared to today's historically low interest rates), be extra cautious for promissory note scams and the like!
Skepticism means questioning things and getting proof before you accept them as the truth. Asking questions and getting the facts can make you a smarter consumer.
Buying items "on credit" is all too common, and so are interest free offers. However, you have to be really careful and thorough to be offered the 0%, or these (credit card) loans can be pretty pricy. Will they "trick" you, too?