Effective Financial Education: Five Principles

Because of the key role that financial education can play in people’s lives, the CFPB has conducted research over its first five years into what makes financial education effective for consumers. What do we mean by “effective?” It does not just mean training that helps people perform better on a test of financial facts. It means equipping consumers to understand…>Continue Reading<☺

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Check Your Credit Report
At Least Once A Year

You can receive free copies of your credit reports every 12 months from AnnualCreditReport.com. This is the only authorized source under federal law that provides free credit reports from the three major national credit reporting companies— Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. >Continue Reading<☺

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Health Scams!

Health fraud can cause pain and suffering, and cost you money. Learn to recognize scams before you get taken. You might see ads on TV or the Internet that make a lot of promises about a new health product. However, you don’t know if it can really help you. It may even hurt you. >Continue Reading<☺

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