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MyMoney.gov is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you are buying a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401(k), the resources on MyMoney.gov can help you maximize your financial decisions. Throughout the site, you will find important information from 20 Federal agencies and Bureaus designed to help you make smart financial choices.
This site organizes financial education help from over 20 different Federal web sites in one place. Content is organized by where you are in life ("Life Events"), who you are ("My Resources"), and by specific hands-on tools ("Tools"). Popular Topics are also highlighted. This site provides summaries of resources available at other official government sites and allows you to open those pages in a new window ("Learn More").
In February, the Department of the Treasury and the White House launched the Smart Disclosure Data Community at Consumer.Data.gov. "Smart disclosure" is the act of making potentially useful data more readily available—both to consumers directly and to innovators who can use it to build tools that help consumers make smart decisions. Innovators have already built a number of successful products using smart disclosure data. One company offers a mobile app that uses freely available federal data about health care facilities, along with other information, to connect patients to local health care providers.
FEMA is collaborating with Operation Hope and members of the Financial Literacy Education Commission to host a free webinar on Tuesday, April 9 at 3:00 PM EDT, entitled "Starting Early: Financial Preparation for Disasters and Emergencies." The webinar will provide information on how to incorporate current and upcoming financial preparedness tools into local disaster preparedness education efforts. Click here to register.
On the Federal Student Aid website you can get information to help prepare for college or career school, learn about types of federal student aid, and how to apply using the FAFSA, and get information on repayment obligations and options repaying student loans. Most people are eligible for financial aid. Find out who gets aid, how to stay eligible, and how to get eligibility back if you've lost it.
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As the promotion of high-quality academic research is an important component of effective financial education and interventions, the Journal of Consumer Affairs and the Financial Literacy and Education Commission (FLEC) invite submissions for a special issue: "Starting Early for Financial Success: Capability into Action." For more details please click here.