Sustainability Doesn't Have to Be Expensive
The intention to live a more sustainable life is often there for many people: eat organic food, make sustainable clothing choices, drink tap water rather than bottled, etc.
COVID-19 Vaccines Are on the Way—So Are Vaccine Scams
Expect scammers to take advantage of the situation. These tips will help you avoid a vaccine-related scam.
Pros and Cons of Buy Now, Pay Later Services
When shopping online, have you noticed a new payment option that allows you to pay over time? These options are offered by companies such as Paypal Credit/Bill Me Later, AfterPay, Affirm, Klarna, FuturePay, and QuadPay.
ATMs, Gas Pumps, and Websites - Oh My!
Big box stores and family members aren't the only ones eager for you to break out your credit card to pay for holiday gifts this season.
Can You Work Your Way to a High School Diploma?
One common tactic criminals use to outwit their victims is to include a kernel of truth in the scam to make it sound believable. Fraudsters are smart, but you can outsmart them.
How Secret Surveillance Scores Are Impacting Your Life
You have probably heard about Secret Surveillance Scores, right? Or you may have even seen our video on it (if not, watch it here now).
What Is Fintech? What Should You Know About It?
Fintech is the use of technology to automate and provide access to financial services online. It covers a broad range of services including mobile, cloud-based, and computer apps.
What You Need to Know About 5G
Ads for the latest smartphones are highlighting their 5G connectivity. Wireless carriers are offering deals on these smartphones. So, why all the hype over 5G?
Unwrap This Scam
Admit it. You're more likely to wear, buy, and pay more attention to name brand products. We all do. Like most people, you're also more likely to open your wallet to ...
Shopping for the Holidays Online? Shop Safely with These Tips
This holiday season many of us will be doing more of our shopping online instead of in person. These tips can help.
Basic Budgeting 101
Are you living right up to your income? Going a bit beyond your income to make ends meet—running up credit card debt or dipping into savings? If so, you are not alone.
It's Open Enrollment Time for Many Health Insurance Plans
No matter how you receive your health insurance, the fall is typically when you can make changes to your health insurance plan.
New Privacy Tips for Facebook and WhatsApp
Facebook has updated its "Access Your Information" tool that allows users to see their personal information and activities across the site.
Inmates, Loved Ones, and Unlimited Minutes
Collect calls are expensive. But, when your device vibrates or chirps and it's from a dear friend or family member who's in jail or prison, declining the call isn't an option.
How Secure Are All Your Smart Devices?
Smart phones, smart speakers, smart thermostats, smart security cameras, and smart light bulbs are just a few of many more such devices.
Can a Talent Scan Make Your Resume More Comprehensive?
Bingo! By unraveling your many talents, a potential employer can see that you can fit into other positions, or even other lines of work. And, listing your talents will help build your self-confidence.
Prepping for College Tuition: Ron Lieber (NYT Columnist) Pulls Back the Curtain on How Schools Set Tuition Prices
Can you justify paying $300k for your kids' college tuition? How about $125k? Does paying an extra $50,000 or $150,000 for one school over another make sense?
Are All of Your Internet Connected Devices Protected?
How many devices do you have that connect to the Internet? What steps have you taken to protect all of these devices?
Ring! Ring! Big Tech Is Calling
Competition for brand loyalty is fierce. Tech companies are constantly updating their products with more power and new features to keep you coming back for more.
Stubborn As a Money Mule
Donkeys and horses love mules. They can carry heavy loads over rocky terrains and don't ask too many questions. And, that's what makes them so appealing to crooks.