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The FDIC provides many resources to help YOU better understand and manage your financial well-being. Here are some great links:
Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator (EDIE)
Do you want to find our if the money you have in deposit accounts is FDIC insured? This easy-to-use tool will help you understand what deposits are fully protected.
Protecting Your Finances if a Disaster Strikes (FDIC)
Living in South Florida, we know that hurricanes and other disasters are certainly possible, this helpful information from the FDIC helps you prepare yourself financially with strategies that work!
Teaching Young People About Money
The FDIC also provides useful information to help parents and caregivers teach young people all about money. The site also contains other useful information in current news.
Your Guide to Preventing and Managing Overdraft Fees
Learn more about what you can do to manage your accounts wisely and avoid overdraft fees.
Other government resources are also available to financial education and financial literacy.
Here are some more helpful links to check out:
Financial Literacy, Fraud Protection, Financial Games for Children
This site has a wealth of information to help you learn, manage, and protect your financial affairs. Learn about the five principles that are building blocks for managing and growing your money. Check out the Life Events section if you have a meaningful event upcoming. It also includes links to other government sites that provide financial scam and identify theft information.
Wanting to learn more about avoiding home foreclosure
This helpful site form the Federal Reserve Bank is a resource to help you better understand foreclosure and provides useful information about how to avoid foreclosure.
Thinking of purchasing a home?
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is a great resource providing a step-by-step process you can use to simplify your home purchase and make it flow more smoothly.
The My Money Program from the Florida Department of Financial Services
This comprehensive site provides financial literacy programs for individuals with developmental disabilities and their family members and caregivers.
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