According to the latest data from the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), a gap in financial literacy among groups of students appears as early as age 15.
Your financial well-being is about more than your income and credit score. Instead, it tells a larger story about how you manage your money. October is Financial Planning Month, and we have 25 tips for improving your overall financial health and well-being.
El bienestar financiero es más que su ingreso o su puntaje de crédito. El mismo refleja la forma en que usted administra su dinero. Octubre es el Mes de la Planificación Financiera y por ello, le ofrecemos 25 consejos para que mejore la salud de sus finanzas y alcance el bienestar.
Check out our new classroom activities for middle school educators to use in helping their students develop the building blocks of youth financial capability.
CFPB releases report on background screening reports, with a focus on criminal background checks used in employment.
Contamos con una amplia gama de recursos y herramientas para consumidores y proveedores de servicios, que cubren temas que van desde hacer un presupuesto o abrir una cuenta, hasta comprar un coche o una casa.
We have a wide range of Spanish-language tools and resources for consumers and service providers on topics ranging from planning a budget or opening an account, to buying a home or car.
Saving for college is a long-term financial commitment, by consistently putting money away, you’ll feel the reward as you see it grow over time. Here are a few tips to stay motivated.
New report explores the relationship between Financial Well-Being and the contents of and engagement with credit reports
A joint study with Credit Karma explores the relationship between subjective Financial Well-Being (FWB) and objective credit characteristics and engagement with financial education tools. The report identifies credit report and engagement variables that are significantly related to a consumer’s FWB score, including credit score, credit limit, credit utilization, and the use of a credit simulator tool.
Read "But I’ve Used All of My Pocket Change" with your child and use our Parent Guide to talk about spending and self-control.