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- Consumers can obtain education on important financial issues and topics from the FDIC on the FDIC Website.
- Money Smart is a Financial Education Program designed to help low and moderate-income individuals outside the financial mainstream enhance their financial skills. Learn More.
- Living paycheck to paycheck? Worried about debt collectors? Can't seem to develop a workable budget, let alone save money for retirement? If this sounds familiar, you may be considering the services of a credit counselor. Find f acts for choosing a Credit Counselor or a Credit Counseling Organization.
- MyMoney.gov is the U.S. government website dedicated to improving the financial literacy and education of persons in the United States.
- FDIC's Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator (EDIE) lets consumers and bankers know, on a per-bank basis, how the insurance rules and limits apply to a depositor's specific group of deposit accounts - what's insured and what portion (if any) exceeds coverage limits at the bank
- The Federal Reserve has a Currency Education Program available on the Money Adventure mobile app. Money Adventure is a fun, interactive smartphone and tablet app that helps students learn about the security and design features of Federal Reserve notes. This digital tool brings learning to students' fingertips, making Money Adventure a classroom and at-home resource.