Free Financial Literacy Resources

Improve financial literacy and learn how to achieve financial wellness

Financial literacy is an important part of feeling prepared when making important decisions, especially during important life events. Debt can be a source of ongoing stress and having a solid understanding of money matters can lead to smarter budgeting and the achievement of financial freedom. These resources from trusted sources provide helpful tools and educational information that can help persons of all ages to build and strengthen financial literacy.

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Making Payments

Sklar Law provides flexible and convenient options for account holders to make payments toward their accounts. Payments can be made from anywhere at any time using our secure online payment portal. Additionally, we offer the option to make payments over the phone with representative assistance or through the mail. For more information, please visit our Payments page.

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Know My Debt

Created as an advocacy and education project by ACA International, is a free online resource for consumers to Learn more about consumer rights and fair debt collection practices. It provides information that can help with understanding rights, navigating debts, and planning a financial future.

Smiling women a payment via credit card through his phone is an official website of the U.S. National Credit Union Association and provides free information that can help guide important financial decisions throughout different stages of life. It also shares information on important topics such as money basics, dealing with debt, and preventing fraud.

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A free online resource provided by the U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission, provides information that can inform personal financial decisions. It focuses on the MyMoney Five which are five building blocks for managing and growing your money: Earn, Borrow, Save & Invest, Spend, and Protect.

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Money Smart

Money Smart is provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). It is a financial education program that helps people of all ages to enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships. The site features tools and strategies that can be used for personal learning or to teach others.

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