Financial education continued to provide the predominant theme underpinning the National Credit Union Foundation's most recent round of grant making, with the NCUF continuing to fund projects that it believes strike at an enduring financial problem effecting a broad swath of American consumers.
Financial education again focus of projects funded by the National Credit Union Foundation.
The National Foundation for Credit Counseling’s fifth annual financial literacy survey has found that some 26% of Americans are spending more, saving less and still carrying credit card debt.
GreenPath offers card issuers no-charge access to its credit card counseling line.
Consumers are doing a poor job of taking advantage of financial counseling services under last year’s CARD Act, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling charged Wednesday.
Decreasing debt tops most consumers' New Year's resolution lists.
Allied Solutions, Carmel, Ind., representative Amy Skeptaris received a "Special Teams Player" award from Credit Union West of St. Paul, Minn. The award
The very things that make social media so popular also make them a potential problem for credit unions, their members and those in charge of fighting fraud.
It's Protect Your Identity Week all across the land, with more than 175 local events planned, including educational workshops, credit report checks, cell phone recycling and free document shredding.
The third annual nationwide Protect Your Identity Week will be observed Oct. 17-23, a joint project of the Council of Better Business Bureaus and the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.