Photo Gallery: California Financial Literacy Resource Fair – State Capitol – April 23, 2015

Photo Gallery: California Financial Literacy Resource Fair – State Capitol – April 23, 2015

The annual California Financial Literacy Resource Fair is a public event to highlight the resources available to Californians regarding affordable financial services, free tax assistance, smart money management, and avoiding financial fraud and scams. This event also connects people with information about how to plan to save for emergencies, college and retirement.

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State Controller’s Office

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Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency Secretary Anna Caballero (pictured on left) visits the Resource Fair

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Dave O’Toole, DBO Chief Deputy Commissioner at the DBO resource table

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Peter Meza, Department of Insurance and Secretary Anna Caballero

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FDIC shared information about deposit insurance and the FDIC Money Smart financial education program

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Department of Business Oversight helping consumers learn to avoid fraud and scams

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EverFi partnering with financial institutions and foundations to provide financial education programs to schools at no cost
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Holly Brown, Schools Financial Credit Union discussed affordable checking and savings accounts
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Peter Meza shared information regarding affordable insurance programs
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Keep Your Home California helping homeowners stay in there homes

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Franchise Tax Board and the IRS
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California Jump$tart Coalition

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CalCPA
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California Contractors Licensing Board
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 Scholarshare helping us save for college

Melanie Ely - Community Services and Development

Melanie Ely, Community Services and Development

Lynn Grogan - Community Action Association

Lynn Grogan, Community Action Association

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