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Financial literacy help for educators and students alike. The site offers a plain and simple approach to: Managing Your Money; Credit, Loans and Debt; and Scams and Identity Theft. The information has an easy-to-use, direct style that focuses on the basic information people need, along with the More information...
Audience: Individual
Date: 3/27/2013
What can you expect at trade-in when you owe more on your car than it’s worth? More information...
Audience: Individual
Date: 3/27/2013
Here’s “must know” information about when and how your car can be repossessed. More information...
Audience: Individual
Date: 3/27/2013
You may be able to protect the federal funds in your bank account from being garnished. More information...
Audience: Individual
Date: 3/29/2013
Who is responsible for paying off the debts of your deceased relatives? More information...
Audience: Individual
Date: 3/29/2013
Here’s how to tell if a call is from a legitimate debt collector or a faker. More information...
Audience: Individual
Date: 3/29/2013
Collectors may not be able to sue you to collect old debts. The statute of limitations varies among states and for different kinds of debts. More information...
Audience: Individual
Date: 3/29/2013
Your application for a job means an employer can check your credit report. Here are some things to know. More information...
Audience: Individual
Date: 3/29/2013
U.S. bankruptcy law requires credit counseling before you file for bankruptcy and debtor education after you file. More information...
Audience: Individual
Date: 3/29/2013
After the shock of a disaster, it’s time to rebuild. Starting over requires a lot of complex choices, uncertainty and expense. Being prepared and knowing how to protect yourself can help you avoid scams, save money and get back on your feet faster. More information...
Audience: Individual
Type of Resource: Blogs
Tags: protecting, rebuilding, disaster, unplanned events, contractors, fraud, home
Date: 11/6/2012