As Americans face financial uncertainty, financial coaching and financial counseling can play an important role in helping people make informed decisions. At the same time, financial practitioners are having to adapt to working remotely with their clients. We have tips to help you go virtual.
We provide clear and consistent financial information for consumers with limited English skills.
The Bureau is engaged in building the capacity of child savings programs by releasing four briefs geared toward institutions and communities interested in starting, or expanding child savings opportunities.
The Bureau has financial tools to help individuals transitioning from incarceration or who may face challenges from having a criminal record.
If you’ve hit a financial rough spot (and think you might miss a credit card payment) contact your creditor as soon as possible. Most will work with you to find a repayment plan that suits your current situation.
Building and retaining savings is important because it provides a financial foundation on which to plan for the future.
The Bureau held a forum on child savings accounts. We produced a report on the forum so that you can learn more about how states and communities are offering opportunities for families to save for post-secondary education.
Person-to-person payment services are gaining popularity. Before using them, minimize potential risks by reading these tips.
Understanding how financial institutions work with people who have limited proficiency in English.
If you are a tax preparer, we’ve got tips you can use to help people save and build assets during tax time
If you work directly with people who are living paycheck to paycheck, tax time is a good opportunity to encourage saving.