Financial Resources
For Consumers

Your money matters. Learn more about financial literacy and resolving your debt.

Learn More About
Managing Your Money

Financial literacy is the foundation for financial success. Greater knowledge gives us the ability to make better financial decisions, effectively manage a budget, achieve financial goals, and have less financial stress and anxiety related to debt.

Check out the links below for information related to budgeting, saving, credit reporting, identity theft, investing, working with debt collectors, and much more. These free online resources provide helpful information to anyone, in any financial situation at any stage of life.

Slay Your Debt with David

Making a budget can be one of the most powerful ways to get your debt under control, and making payments is the first step to slaying your debt. In addition to learning more about managing your money, log in to DAVID℠, the Sequium Asset Solutions portal, to view available payment options.

Consumer Resources
from RMAI

Regardless of what you already know about money, there’s always more to learn about saving, investing, and debt. Financial literacy is an important part of making informed financial decisions, taking control of your finances, and a key factor in the defense against fraud and deception. Learn more through the Consumer Resources provided by Receivables Management Association International.

Know My Debt from
ACA International

Created by the members of ACA International, Know My Debt provides helpful information on the laws and regulations related to debt, debt collection, and credit. It is a valuable resource for consumer education on financial literacy and provides answers to common questions about credit reporting, student loans, and more.

Free Credit

Did you know that, by federal law, you are entitled to a free copy of your credit report every 12 months from each of the three nationwide credit reporting companies? Referred by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, is the official source for requesting and reviewing your free annual credit reports. Click the link below to learn more about

Money Smart from
the FDIC

Provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Money Smart can help adults outside the financial mainstream enhance their money skills and create positive banking relationships. It provides information on money management skills, understanding basic financial services offered by the financial mainstream, and building financial confidence to use banking services effectively.

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