April is National Financial Literacy month and the ACA International wants to remind U.S. consumers they have important rights if contacted by a debt collector about a delinquent or defaulted account. Read on to learn about financial literacy. “Millions of consumers per year may find themselves behind on payments and are contacted by a creditor […]
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“Numbers can’t and don’t tell the whole story. A business’s financial results must always be understood in context–that is, within the framework of the big picture. Factors, such as the economy, the competitive environment, regulations, changing customer needs and expectations, and new technologies all affect how you should interpret the numbers and what decisions you […]
TD Bank has come up with “7 Fun Ways to Teach Children to Save”. These clever tips are ideal for teaching your child how to make smart money decisions. 1. It’s All in the Visuals Children tend to be visual learners. Hang up a savings goal chart, like an empty thermometer or table, that they […]
There are many ways to become more savvy in the way you approach and handle your money. Check out the following websites to learn more: Consumer Literacy Consortium: www.66ways.org Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: www.fdic.gov/moneysmart U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas: www.dallasfed.org U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission: www.MyMoney.gov