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Free lesson plans about money for teachers

Teachers, there are some new resources available to you to help you teach your students about money and making smart choices. Free lesson plans for pre-K through age 20 are available through the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s Money Smart for … Continue reading

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How to teach your kids about money

You probably worry about whether or not your kids will be well-equipped for their futures. Here is some good news: There are new resources available to help you teach your Pre-K through 20-year-old children about money and making smart choices. … Continue reading

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Be in charge of your credit cards

Courtesy of FDIC Consumer News   Credit cards can offer numerous benefits to consumers, including a convenient way to pay for purchases, the ability to build a credit history, and the potential for rewards. But to make the most of … Continue reading

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Debit, credit and prepaid cards: there are differences

Courtesy of FDIC Many consumers use debit, credit and prepaid cards, often interchangeably, to purchase goods and services. However, these three types of cards are quite different. Consider the following. Each card works differently. If you use a credit card, … Continue reading

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Saving for College: Ways to Minimize the Sticker Shock

Courtesy of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation There’s no doubt that a college education can be costly, but according to U.S. Census Bureau data, someone with a college degree can earn, on average, 60 percent more than a person with only … Continue reading

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Basic Strategies for Simplifying Your Financial Life

Nine ways to eliminate clutter, organize accounts and streamline how you manage your money Courtesy of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation There are many reasons to organize and simplify your financial life. Eliminating clutter, saving time and reducing stress are … Continue reading

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10 Things You Should Know About Debit, Credit or Prepaid Cards

Courtesy of FDIC Debit, credit and prepaid cards are widely used to pay for a variety of goods and services, and consumers often use them interchangeably. However, there are significant differences between these cards in how they work and the … Continue reading

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