Free Credit Report
You have the right to know what nationwide specialty consumer reporting companies are saying about you. And you’re entitled to one free report each year, just like with the traditional nationwide consumer reporting companies – Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion. What’s more, nationwide specialty consumer reporting companies have to make it easy for you to get a copy of any file they keep on you – at a minimum, by providing a toll-free number for you to call and order your report. This is an important right, because if you don’t know what’s in those files, you can’t dispute any inaccuracies. Click here for more information.
FDIC Release Money Guide for Young Adults and Teens
Simple Strategies and Practical Guidance for Borrowing, Saving, Banking and Avoiding Scams. Click here for more information.
Understanding Your Money
Welcome to mymoney.gov , the Federal Government’s website dedicated to helping Americans understand more about their money – how to save it, invest it, and manage it to meet your personal goals. Click here to learn more.
FDIC Deposit Insurance Information
The FDIC was created by Congress in 1933 to make the savings of millions of Americans secure. The FDIC protects depositors’ funds in the event of the financial failure of their bank or savings institution. The FDIC does not protect against losses due to fire, theft, or fraud, which are subject to other protections such as hazard and casualty insurance. Learn all about the FDIC by clicking here.
Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator
The Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator is located at the FDIC web site and here you can learn about deposit insurance and estimate the adequacy of your deposit insurance. Learn more here.