FoolProof

The FoolProof Initiative is a project by America’s credit unions that teaches financial literacy to consumers in the United States and Canada through a variety of programs. It uses video and audio, games and music in a modular system to teach complex as well as basic financial concepts such as understanding credit (finance) and credit score, get...
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foolproof

[adj] - not liable to failure
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foolproof

unfailing adjective not liable to failure; `a foolproof identification system`; `the unfailing sign of an amateur`; `an unfailing test`
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foolproof

foolproof 1. Designed to continue working properly in the face of any kind of human error, incompetence, or misuse. 2. So well thought out that failure is thought to be impossible.
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foolproof

incapable of failure or error 
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