Andy Cohen, founder of Caring.org, discusses the things you may know about a living will and medical power of attorney.
Jill Gonzalez, an analyst with WalletHub.com, examines the results of a study on purchasing new and used cars, and reveals which cities are the most frugal and which overspend.
David Ginsburg of LoanTech discusses the ways homeowners can stop paying for private mortgage insurance..
Consumer advocate Charlie Leocha of Travelers United discusses the many hidden fees you are likely to pay when making travel arrangements.
Marty Allenbaugh, with T. Rowe Price, discusses strategies for paying for your child’s college education.
Lauren Smith of the Future of Privacy Forum discusses the new smart cars, how technology can help drivers and prevent accidents as well as the privacy concerns with these new developments.
Ilya Somin of the Cato Institute discusses eminent domain law.
Tom Gordon of Responsive Law discusses a new portal added to the organization’s website that connects consumers to low-cost legal services.
Judy Ward, senior financial analyst with T. Rowe Price, discusses a new study on how Gen Xers and Baby Boomers view retirement.
Debra Berlyn, president of Consumer Policy Solutions, discusses what it really costs consumers who use “free” things on the internet.
Consumer advocate Charlie Leocha of Travelers United discusses the hidden fees you are likely to pay when making travel arrangements.
Owen Donley with the Securities and Exchange Commission discusses crowdfunding and its pluses and minuses, as well as the concerns about asset recovery companies.
T. J. Kennedy of FirstNet and Chris Sambar of AT&T discuss their combined efforts to build and manage the first broadband network that will be dedicated to the needs of first responders.
Randolph J. May, President, The Free State Foundation, discusses the concept of net neutrality and the current proposal by the Federal Communications Commission to lessen regulations on the internet.