It’s a Money Thing
Jen doesn’t always make the best financial decisions, but through the intervention of her bizarre supporting cast of a talking squirrel, a cat-loving security specialist, anthropomorphic credit cards, and many more, she’ll get answers to all the money questions she (and you) never thought to ask.
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Your credit score has a huge impact on your financial life, but how is it calculated? An adorable squirrel in a tiny visor explains the basics.
The confusingly named “budget fortune teller,” costs more than Jen expected. Turns out she can’t really see the future, apart from the need for savings and the inevitability of an emergency, but c’mon, that applies to EVERYbody.
At the cash register, Jen can't make up her mind about how to pay. All of her cards are clamoring to be swiped, so she tries to hear them out one by one. Which card should be used?
Jen's a little weirded out by the surveillance cameras everywhere, but they catch the dozens of times every day her personal information could be targeted by identity thieves.
Jen and Lucy have taken a deep dive into a procrastinators’ paradise—clickbait personality quizzes—when they stumble across a new one involving money, bad habits, and birds.
Jen dusts off an old-timey video reel in her basement and finds herself surprisingly entranced by its thorough examination of the ins and outs of insurance. And that retro animation is pretty sharp, right?
Jen hits up Sunshine Mart for her weekly grocery run, but Joy has a somewhat passive aggressive lesson for her on smarter shopping.