Highlights Free Financial Education Tools
In recognition of Financial Capability Month, the FDIC will host a webinar on April 17 to help organizations learn how to use Money Smart tools. This webinar will also explain the benefits of joining the FDIC’s Money Smart Alliance, a free resource to help organizations learn new approaches and strategies on how to use Money Smart tools.
The FDIC is also highlighting its free financial education tools to help people of all ages build their financial knowledge and skills to achieve brighter financial futures.
These free resources include:
“The FDIC’s Money Smart curriculum and related resources help people gain the knowledge, confidence, and skills to use banks more effectively and manage their finances. These resources can be a valuable tool for banks to build deeper relationships with their customers,” said FDIC Chairman Jelena McWilliams.
To register for free FDIC webinars, visit https://www.fdic.gov/consumers/consumer/moneysmart/training.html. All of the FDIC’s free financial education resources are available on the web site at www.fdic.gov/education.
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