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Financial Literacy : Useful Websites
How to Create a Budget
College Debt Sites
Identity Theft Sites
Resources Available on Campus
Money Smart Sites
360 Degrees Financial Literacy
By the American Institute of CPAs, this is a free program to help Americans understand their personal finances through various stages of life.
Annual Credit Report
The only source for free credit reports authorized by federal law. Consumers can receive their credit reprots from Experian, Equifax and TransUnion free every 12 months.
U.S. Department of Treasury FAQ
Offers answers to many questions on bank policies, credit, and other related issues.
Practical Money Skills
Provides excellent introductory materials to credit, savings, debt and more.
Credit and Loan
This page from the Federal Trade Commission provides links about getting credit, credit reports, credit and debit cards, loans, and background checks for employment.
Savings Fitness: A Guide to Your Money and Your Future
This 56-page-long guide from the U.S. Department of Labor covers different methods of saving with a specific focus on retirement.
Smart About Money - Money Basics
Smart About Money provides 45 minute courses to help build a foundational understanding of personal finance.
PayStubs365: How to Read a Paystub
Helpful overview, and includes links to additional resources and lessons.