Dennis Wharton, who is with the National Association of Broadcasters, discusses the next generation of television.
Owen Donley of the Securities and Exchange Commission describes a new investment opportunity, crowdfunding, and outlines its risks.
Edgar Dworsky, founder of Consumer World, discusses sales that aren’t really sales, deceptive advertising and the gotchas in the fine print.
Madelyn Flannagan and Sue Nester, representatives of the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America and Trusted Choice, discuss the results of a new study which reveals consumers are not prepared for a natural disaster.
David Ginsburg of Loantech describes a new loan calculator that helps consumers compare home loans.
Tom Gordon of Responsive Law explains the small but significant developments that are making legal help more available and affordable,
Jill Gonzales, an analyst with WalletHub, reveals the result of a study that focused on the best and worst airlines.
Kay Bell, Bankrate.com’s tax expert and author of The Truth About Paying Fewer Taxes, discusses strategies for lowering your taxes.
CreditCards.com senior industry analyst Matt Schulz discusses your credit card’s fees, including those that may be charged for foreign currency transactions.
Matt Schulz of CreditCards.com discusses a study on how consumers manage their money based on credit scores and other factors.
Twila Brase of the Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom discusses the changes that are being made in the way doctors are reimbursed for services.
Trisha Calvo of Consumer Reports discusses types of sunscreen.
Jill Gonzalez of CardHub.com discusses the best methods to convert currency when traveling abroad.
Holden Lewis, mortgage analyst with Bankrate.com, discusses how a consumer’s financial situation can stand in the way of becoming a home owner.