Familiarizing yourself with financial terms, process or practices is the first step to increasing your overall wealth. Whether you're serious about saving for a big investment or paying off debts, becoming money smart will undoubtedly help you get there faster.
The FDIC has a newsletter available that offers quick tips, helpful hints, and strategies to better protect and stretch your money. Become a smarter, safer user of financial services with some guidance from the FDIC Consumer News.
Money Smart is a free of charge financial education curriculum from the FDIC for individuals of all ages and areas served. It was designed to help people increase financial skills and help low- to moderate-income individuals manage their finances.