National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) staff show off the variety of financial literacy resources the agency has for credit unions and their members. (CUNA Photo)
The NCUA issued a reminder Tuesday about its numerous consumer-facing financial literacy websites designed for all consumers, from school-age children to seniors.
NCUA’s MyCreditUnion.gov and the agency’s financial literacy site Pocket Cents provide up-to-date information to consumers about saving, borrowing, managing credit and protecting themselves from frauds and scams. These resources are available in English and Spanish.
NCUA’s consumer Twitter feed, @MyCUgov, provides personal finance tips covering a wide range of topics. During April, @MyCUgov will focus on financial literacy issues like saving, budgeting and borrowing.