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Understanding Credit and Loans
1 in 3 Americans admit they don't know their credit score
Source: National Foundation for Credit Counseling. 2010 Consumer financial literacy survey topline results.
Credit can be a great help. But if you don't manage it effectively, it can be a burden. Know what you're getting into and how to handle it. From introductory rates to minimum balances, we'll show you how.Learn More
Understanding Savings and Investing
1 in 4 Americans have increased their savings in the past year
Source: Money Management International (MMI) Based on the results of the 2010 Financial Literacy Survey, April 2010
When it comes to a healthy financial future, saving is key. Learn how much you should save. And how you can really afford to do it.Learn More
2 in 3 people are protecting themselves from identity theft
Source: PR Newswire, May 19, 2008—More Americans feel they can become victims of identity theft; Annual survey shows women are leading the charge in protecting against the crime.
Identity fraud happens. But, there are ways you can protect yourself. Learn how to safeguard your personal info and keep your peace of mind.Learn More
7 in 10 Americans own their own home
Source: U.S. Census Bureau News, November 2010
Renting or buying a home? It's important to make smart financial choices up front. Learn steps you can take to make sure your investment is a safe and worthwhile one.Learn More
1 in 2 Americans working in the private sector are employed by a small business
Source: U.S. Small Business Administration office of Advocacy, September
Starting a business takes ideas, passion, and dedication. Not to mention financial commitment. Learn the best ways to fund your venture and keep the finances balanced.Learn More
Financial Literacy Programs
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We've got you covered for every life stage—young adult, college-age, newlyweds, seniors. We even have training to jump-start kids on the right financial path and free multilingual materials.
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