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Be smart about your personal finances.

Learn more today with these resources. And be sure to check back regularly for updates to this list.



Your Financial Privacy Q and A – You hold the key to how much information financial institutions can share.

Safe Mobile Banking – The FDIC’s latest tips for protecting yourself.

Immediate Steps to Repair Identity Theft - Here’s how to begin to limit the harm from identity theft.

Your Credit Reports and Credit Scores – Simple steps to make them better.

Protecting Your Plastic from High-Tech Criminals – How to help keep your credit and debit cards safe.

Fraud Against the Elderly – How you can spot and prevent financial abuse.

For Seniors: 15 Quick Tips for Protecting Your Finances  - Banking and other money management tips for seniors to consider for their retirement years.

Text Message Spam – Text message spam is to your cell phone what email spam is to your personal computer.

What to Know If Criminals Disrupt a Bank's Internet Services

IRAs, 401(k)s and More – Making sense of the alphabet soup of retirement accounts.


The Five Principles

  • Earn - Make the most of what you earn by understanding your pay and benefits.

  • Save & Invest - It’s never too early to start saving for future goals such as a house or retirement, even by saving small amounts.

  • Protect – Taking precautions about your financial situation, accumulate emergency savings, and have the right insurance.

  • Spend – Be sure you are getting a good value, especially with big purchases, by shopping around and comparing prices and products.

  • Borrow – Borrowing money can enable some essential purchases and builds credit, but interest costs can be expenses. And, if you borrow too much, you will have a large debt to be repaid.



Listen online or download the FDIC Money Smart Podcast Network dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education.




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