We want to make libraries the go-to place for financial information in every community. That’s why we’ve put together resources and materials for libraries to use in making a safe place to research financial options, decisions, or solutions to problems. Read more to learn about our resources for libraries.
Life events, such as getting married, having a baby, deciding to buy a home, moving into a new career, or retiring, can mean setting new financial goals and making a plan to achieve them. Our quick and easy-to-use My New Money Goal financial planning worksheet can help you set a goal and make a plan. […]
If you send money to other countries, you can now get more information about exchange rates and costs before you pay for the transfers. That’s because of a new federal rule that went into effect at the end of October. Here’s a closer look at the information you’ll receive before and after you send money, […]
Today, you have new rights if you send money to family or others outside the United States. These protections come from a new rule that applies to electronic money transfers sent by consumers in the United States to people or businesses in other countries. In general, the rule covers transfers sent by companies – such […]
We all share the same basic values we want our kids to succeed and we want to ensure that our aging parents are safe. But, we may not always be sure how to do that. This Father’s Day, give your dad (or mom) a call. If you don’t feel right bringing up the topic of money, ask for advice about your own money question to break the ice. The more you talk about money with your parents – or your children, the easier it will become and the more prepared they can be.
School’s behind you. Now it’s time to put everything you’ve learned to work. Your first couple of days on the job will likely include filling out forms that will require you to make a flurry of key financial decisions. Use this guide to be ready, so you can focus on making a good impression.