35 Min Released Nov 12, 2018

11.12.18 Google and Facebook end arbitration clauses; Paying at the pump; Tiny homes helping homeless vets

Google and Facebook are ending arbitration clauses for sexual harassment claims; How to protect yourself from more advanced skimmers that aim to steal your payment information. They are widely used at gas pumps now; Home sizes are shrinking. There are lots of benefits to that shift. Also, homeless vets are benefiting as tiny homes in certain locations are offering places for them to rest their head as they seek to get back on their feet.

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The Clark Howard Podcast

Nationally-syndicated consumer expert Clark Howard shows you practical money-saving ideas to help you Save More, Spend Less, and Avoid Ripoffs. To access the entire Clark Howard Podcast archive, go to PodcastOne.com.

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