FoolProof Credit Counsel

Curative Help for People With Credit Problems

Many companies take advantage of minorities, the underserved and older consumers that have credit or budgeting problems. They are prime targets. The elderly, for instance, are the most likely to go bankrupt.

For Adults

FoolProof's goal is to develop curative programs for use by not-for-profits with individuals that have experienced credit or budgeting problems.

For the Young

The issues young people with impaired credit face can be different from those faced by adults. We have the expertise and the core elements of programs to help these young people now.

New Tax Benefit For Donors
(in 2020 only!)

The CARES Act enables tax payers who take the standard deduction to deduct $300 in annual charitable contributions as an "above the line" adjustment to income. This increases to $600 per married couple, and can help reduce a donor's taxable income while giving to a cause.

Will you consider taking advantage of this unique tax benefit before the end of the year to help FoolProof create a more equitable future?


Note: a donation from a donor advised fund (DAF) does not qualify for this new deduction.

This information is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor. State law may further impact your individual benefits.