Use our Spanish glossary of financial terms to provide limited English proficient (LEP) people with clear financial information.
Check out our short-term and long-term ways to bring
home a little extra cash.
Paying down your debt is possible when you know what
you owe and what you can do to repay it.
If you manage someone else’s money, a new law lets you request a credit freeze on their behalf to help protect them from identity theft and fraud.
You can get a handle on your debt and make a plan for future spending.
Breaking down your daily spending habits can help you identify areas
where you can reduce your expenses or find services you’re paying for that you
Facing a money decision? Check whether you use the 3 skills that stand out in people with high financial well-being
We analyzed results from our Financial Well-Being in America survey and found that people with the highest levels of financial well-being have three money skills.
Knowing what you owe each month is an important step in getting a handle on debt.
In 2016, the Bureau released the Building Blocks to Help Youth Achieve
Financial Capability: A new model and recommendations, which describes where
and when children and young adults acquire the foundations of financial
capability. Now, the Bureau has created
the Building Blocks Measurement Guide to provide researchers, program leaders,
teachers, and other financial educators with ways to assess young people’s
progress toward each building block.
Learn what the Bureau is doing to prevent elder financial exploitation in communities across the country.