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FDIC Moeny Smart Education Program

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FDICMS

Member
Post time05:57 18-08-2009
(Post updated by FDICMS 06:02 18-08-2009)


Money Smart Adult Financial Education Curriculum
Onliine FDIC Classes & Materials are Free...

Website:   www.FDIC.org.uk

The FDIC recognizes the importance of financial education, particularly for people with little or no banking experience. That's why we created Money Smart, a training program to help adults outside the financial mainstream enhance their money skills and create positive banking relationships.

Financial education fosters financial stability for individuals, families, and entire communities. The more people know about credit and banking services, the more likely they are to increase savings, buy homes, and improve their financial health and well being. The Money Smart curriculum helps individuals build financial knowledge, develop financial confidence, and use banking services effectively.

The Money Smart program may be used by financial institutions and other organizations interested in sponsoring financial education workshops. Collaboration is important to the success of any education effort. The FDIC encourages banks to work with others in their communities to deliver financial education and appropriate financial services to individuals who may be unfamiliar with the benefits of having a relationship with an insured depository institution.

The Money Smart program can help banks fulfill part of their Community Reinvestment Act obligations. The Community Reinvestment Act of 1977 (CRA) encourages federally insured banks and thrifts to help meet the credit needs of their entire community, including areas of low-and moderate-income. When a bank's CRA performance is reviewed, the institution's efforts to provide financial education and other retail services are a positive consideration.


Brent

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Post time11:21 06-09-2009
(Post updated by Brent 11:24 06-09-2009)

You have placed a good question, it's really interesting. If you get any good reply, so please let me know. So I'll also get some good idea.

Thanks for your future help.


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