The OCC and Other Federal Agencies Offer Financial Literacy Resources for Consumers
The OCC and other federal agencies offer a wide variety of resources for consumers that can be incorporated into financial literacy curricula and outreach initiatives.
Helpwithmybank.gov is an OCC Web site that helps consumers find answers to banking questions. The site contains information on over 250 banking-related topics, ranging from "funds availability" to safe deposit boxes. Consumers use shortcut keywords to visit categories of interests, or they can use a search window at the top-right corner of every page.
MyMoney.gov is the U.S. government's Web site dedicated to teaching consumers the basics about financial education. The site contains over 300 financial literacy publications and Web resources developed by the 20 federal agencies that make up the Financial Literacy and Education Commission.
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