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Establishing sound financial habits at a young age will prepare you for financial success in the future. Learn the basics of spending, saving, and establishing a relationship with a financial institution.
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Find out how to improve financial capability among your students by using activities and resources to make the classroom fun and engaging.
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Whether you run a large company, a small business, or are self-employed, learn about the benefits you can offer your employees and your responsibilities as an employer.
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Members of the armed forces face unique financial challenges. From military funding for college to avoiding high-cost products, learn how to navigate your financial future.
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Learn about the steps seniors and their families can take now to be financially secure later in life.
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Financial literacy and education research is critical to improving the financial futures of all Americans. Find studies conducted by the Federal government to support your efforts or supplement your research.
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  • This publication explains the Federal Reserve's new credit card rules and related consumer protections. It tells consumers some of the key changes they can expect from their credit card company beginning on February 22, 2010.

  • Find detailed information about the Home Affordable Refinance and Modification programs along with self-assessment tools and calculators to empower borrowers with the resources they need to determine whether they might be eligible for a modification or a refinance under the Administration's program. Through this website, borrowers can connect with free counseling resources; locate homeowner events in their communities; find a handy checklist of key documents and materials to have ready when making that important call to their servicer.

  • New Federal Reserve overdraft rules take effect on July 1, 2010. This new online publication provides an explanation of how the rules will affect existing and new account holders.