“Unbanked” in the News

The FDIC recently released the results of the second National Survey of Unbanked and Underbanked Households which collected data on the number of U.S. households that are unbanked and underbanked, their demographic characteristics, and their reasons for being unbanked and underbanked. The survey was conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau as a special supplement to […]

FDIC Consumer Newsletter Offers Strategies for Building a Better Financial Future

The FDIC’s Consumer News Fall 2011 edition was released today…

FDIC Consumer Newsletter Offers Strategies for Building a Better Financial Future

Consumers have important decisions to make when it comes to managing money and saving for their future, particularly in a tough economy when every dollar counts. To help consumers make choices based on […]

It’s Out! FDIC Money Smart News – Summer 2011

The FDIC Money Smart News – Summer 2011 was released today.

What’s inside

Wanted: Your Thoughts, Anecdotes About the First 10 Years of Money Smart Money Smart Train-the-Trainer Videos: What’s New GAO Study Features Best Practices Reported in Financial Education Award Winners Announced for Excellence in Serving Low- and Moderate-Income Consumers FDIC Advisory Committee […]

This Week’s Financial Literacy News Clips

We plan to post a list of our favorite financial literacy news clips every week. They will be based on newsclips that we shared on Twitter, @CAFLM. So if you missed them on Twitter, you’ll have another chance to review them and pass them on.

NPR: Holly Petraeus: An Army Wife Takes Command – by […]

What are your plans for Financial Literacy Month?

What are your plans for Financial Literacy Month?

We are busy planning our outreach activities for financial literacy month. Are you? Tell us about it and we’ll share it with the CAFLM blog readers.

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