America has fallen woefully behind in providing adequate financial education to students and families, especially when it comes to student loans. Recent progress by government agencies, financial institutions and schools themselves is making up for lost time, but many college graduates will still face significant student loan debt that could...
While the nation’s attention still remains focused on the Wisconsin union-legislative fight, the state’s credit unions have been quietly helping member businesses and employees cope with the economic fallout through literacy efforts being promoted this week.
In the financial services legislation being considered by Congress, of greatest interest to consumers is the creation of a new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
After its first credit union pilot two years ago, FoolProof, the financial literacy package of the Credit Union Associations of Colorado/Wyoming,
FoolProof, the Web-based financial literacy package piloted two years ago by the Credit Union Associations of Colorado/Wyoming, is on a roll signing up last week its 10,000th user overall and now counting 750 high schools.