The White House says Americans spend almost $65 billion per year in junk fees. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa talks to an expert from Bankrate about what these fees are and what you can expect to see over the next year.
When someone passes away, we typically think about handling their physical assets. But what happens with their social media presence and other digital assets? Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa talks to Trust & Wills about digital estate planning.
The average person has around $187 dollars’ worth of unused gift cards just laying around. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa finds out how much money is going unspent and talks to an expert from Bankrate about how this could help you combat inflation.
With student loans restarting soon some employers are now helping employees tackle their debt. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa talks to the CEO of Dolr, a site that helps people pay down their debt.
Job burnout is real, causing many to look for a reprieve from the hustle. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa talks to the founder of Money & Mimosas about taking a break from work via mini retirements.
A recent survey found an overwhelming number of younger Americans are struggling to save because of inflation. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa gets expert advice from Bankrate on what you can do to still set some money aside.
An InvestigateTV analysis of Consumer Product Safety Commission data shows that since 2000, the agency has had to re-announce the recall of at least 46 products because the original alert did not reach the ears of consumers and, in many cases, continued to cause harm.
Do you feel worried or stressed when thinking about your finances? Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa talks to Money & Mimosas about how to create a weekly “money date” to take the stress out of your finances.
Two-thirds of Americans agree that fraud has reached a crisis level in our nation, according to a new report by the AARP. Consumer Investigator Caresse Jackman spoke with them about the methods criminals are using to steal money and common misconceptions about fraud.