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California Department of Corporations Advises Caution for Payday Loan Consumers

California Department of Corporations Advises Caution for Payday Loan Consumers. The Department of Corporations has posted an Internet Payday Lending Alert for consumers who use payday cash advances from online lenders. The Alert warns potential borrowers to take extra caution… Continue Reading

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Weathering Tough Economic Times—12 Tips for 2012

We published the following list complied by FINRA Investor Education Foundation earlier this year. Original list is available at http://www.finra.org/Investors/ProtectYourself/InvestorAlerts/MoneyManagement/P125281. Weathering Tough Economic Times—12 Tips for 2012 Tough economic times have taken a toll on many Americans over the last… Continue Reading

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Promote Financial Literacy! Financial Literacy Education and Promotion Campaigns

Promote Financial Literacy! Financial Literacy Education and Promotion Campaigns Let’s mark our calendars and start planning. Spread the message of financial literacy. Accompish community outreach goals.  Build relationships with other community organizations. And make a lasting difference in the lives of… Continue Reading

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Photos: California State Employees Charitable Campaign Statewide Kick-Off – Bank on California and Bank on Sacramento

California State Employees Charitable Campaign Statewide Kick-Off August 22, 2012 State Capitol, Sacramento The public and nonprofit sector and the general public came together on the West Steps of the State Capitol to rally for the upcoming California State Employees Charitable Campaign… Continue Reading

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It’s Back-to-School Time: Protecting Kids’ Identities

  It’s Back-to-School Time: Protecting Kids’ Identities As back-to-school time approaches, children may be thinking about meeting up with friends to share stories about their summer adventures. But when it comes to personal information, parents and kids need to be… Continue Reading

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Survey: Family Members, Caregivers and Swindlers are Top Financial Exploiters of Older Americans

Survey: Family Members, Caregivers and Swindlers are Top Financial Exploiters of Older Americans Over Half of Experts Say Seniors Do Not Have Right Resources to Pick Financial Advisors; Most Effective Ways to Stop Victimization Seen as Face-to-Face Education and Help.… Continue Reading

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FTC Advises Parents How to Protect Kids’ Personal Information at School

FTC Advises Parents How to Protect Kids’ Personal Information at SchoolA new school year usually means filling out paperwork like registration forms, health forms, and emergency contact forms, to name a few.  The Federal Trade Commission wants parents to know… Continue Reading

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Wealth Building Policy Project

Wealth Building Policy Project DFI is joining with the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco to assist the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) to conduct the Wealth Building Policy Project.  This consists of 25 guided telephone interviews with community lending executives that… Continue Reading