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Financial Literacy Resources for Consumers

Free Financial Literacy Resources

Financial literacy is having skills and knowledge that allows individuals to make informed and effective decisions with their financial resources. The resources listed below provide information and tools that can help individuals of all ages and in all stages of life. We understand that the key to long term financial wellness is developing a solid understanding of fundamental money matters that enables smarter financial decisions. We encourage people of all ages to browse these resources and use them to enrich their financial lives and achieve financial independence.

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RMAI Consumer Resources


Annual Credit

Later-Life Financial Security

RMAI Consumer Resources

Receivables Management Association International, a nonprofit trade association in the ARM industry, provides free information and tools on their website to help consumers make informed financial decisions and take control of their finances. It also offers information on defending against fraud and deception.

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Money Smart

Money Smart is a free resource from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) financial education program that provides information to help people of all ages enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships. This online resources is also available in Spanish: Vea esta página en español

Annual Credit Report is an online source for free annual credit reports that is authorized by federal law and provides a free copy of an individual’s credit report every 12 months from each of the three major credit reporting bureaus. Regularly reviewing credit reports can help catch signs of identity theft and ensure that information is correct and up to date.

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Later-Life Financial Security

Later stages in life bring many unique, age-related milestones. This online resource from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) helps older adults and their caregivers prepare for and navigate some of the important decisions that can affect later-life financial security such as planning for retirement, diminished capacity and illness, and more.

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