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.
Looking for more information or need additional assistance? FDIC Consumer Assistance & Information can point you in the right direction. Whether you have questions regarding borrowing, credit reports, cybersecurity, billing errors and resolution or if you’re looking for more information on consumer protection and additional resources, the FDIC has these answers and more!
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.