California Financial Literacy Month Resource Fair and Savings Plus Workshop on April 24 in Los Angeles

As April is National Financial Literacy month. The DBO Education and Outreach team is hosting a California Financial Literacy Month Resource Fair (see attached flyer). When: Monday, April 24, 2017 10 am – 2 pm Where: Ronald Reagan State Building Atrium 300 South Spring Street Los Angeles, CA 90013

During the […]

Foundation for Financial Planning Grant Application for Nonprofits is Now Open!

Do you know a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit that shares FFP’s commitment to helping underserved people achieve better financial stability and capability? Encourage them to apply for a grant by April 30.

2017 grant application cycle is now open! Applications must be submitted by April 30.

Review the Grant Guidelines for instructions and a link […]

SAVE THE DATE: California Financial Literacy Month Resource Fair in Sacramento

 

SAVE THE DATE:

California Financial Literacy Month Resource Fair Monday, April 17 11 am – 1 pm State Capitol, South Steps Sacramento

Visit exhibitors and receive free information about: Saving Credit Homeownership Insurance Consumer Protection and more!

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California State Controller’s Office: Financial Fitness and Consumer Protection

California State Controller’s Office: Financial Fitness and Consumer Protection

Financial Fitness and Consumer Protection

The California State Controller’s primary job is to guard the state’s fiscal health. However, State Controller Betty Yee is equally concerned about the financial – and physical – well-being of individual Californians. She has compiled resources to help people […]

CFPB Helping Consumers Prepare for Delays in Receiving Tax Refunds

Starting this tax season, consumers who claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) on their income tax returns may have to wait longer than in previous years to receive their tax refund. Due to a new law, the IRS will not start […]

America Saves New Partner Packet: Ring in the New Year with a New Financial You

Another election season is behind us and one thing is for sure, many people are uncertain of what their financial situation will be in the coming years. What doesn’t change is the fact that people still need to have money saved to pay for unexpected expenses and even more to realize their savings goals. […]

Free Holiday Budget Printable – America Saves

Free Holiday Budget Printable – America Saves

Free Holiday Budget Printable Print Email

It’s the season of giving! If last year is any indication, you can expect to spend a budget busting $800 or more on gifts. And then there’s the plane ticket back home, party dresses, tinsel, wrapping paper, the holiday roast, and […]

CFPB: What you need to know if you were harmed by Wells Fargo

Posted by the CFPB.

If you were one of the thousands of people who incurred fees as a result of an unauthorized Wells Fargo account, the CFPB has ordered Wells Fargo to refund all of your money. Some payments have already been made; others will be sent in the coming months. Affected customers are not […]

Money as You Grow Book Club

Money as You Grow book club

Start here to find popular books for children ages 4 to 10 that you can read together and discuss. Our book list and guides can help you get started reading and talking about money choices like saving, spending, and more.

About the book club

The Money as […]

CalHFA: Final Week For Free Homebuyer Education

Final Week For Free Homebuyer Education

CalHFA is celebrating National Homeownership Month by offering its homebuyer education course for free until June 30. Visit our homebuyer education page, and get signed up for the five-hour course.

Homebuyer education certificates are good for a full year, so whether you are buying now […]