The FDIC today announced the release of an enhanced version of its instructor-led Money Smart financial education curriculum for adults.
The enhanced curriculum incorporates changes in the law and industry practices that have occurred since Money Smart was revised in 2006. For example, the curriculum reflects recent amendments to the rules pertaining to […]
FDIC Launches Spanish-Language Podcast (MP3) Version of the Money Smart Financial Education Curriculum
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 14, 2010 Media Contact: David Barr (202) 898-6992
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today released the Spanish-language version of the Money Smart Podcast Network. The new audio version of the FDIC’s financial education curriculum is part of […]
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Six San Francisco credit unions have teamed up with the Bank on San Francisco Program to offer lower-cost access to short-term loans.
They are: Mission SF Federal Credit Union, 431-2268
Northeast Community Federal Credit Union 434-0738
Patelco Credit Union, 442-6200
Redwood Credit Union, 800-479-7928
San Francisco Federal Credit Union, 800-852-7598
Spectrum Credit Union, 800-782-8782
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