Financial Literacy Resources
Links and resources to help you manage your money and better understand financial literacy.
The New Hampshire Banking Department has compiled some resources to help consumers manage their money. Below you will find links to help understand financial literacy. Please note that the content on the following pages is created and maintained by other parties. The New Hampshire Banking Department does not offer advice, counsel or guidance. These links are provided as an informational resource.
- From the Financial Educators Council, information on the “cost” financial literacy: Cost-of-financial-illiteracy.pdf (financialeducatorscouncil.org)
- Tips for meeting your financial goals from MyCreditUnion.gov: Financial Goals | MyCreditUnion.gov
- FDIC’s “Money Smart” financial education program: FDIC: Money Smart - A Financial Education Program
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau tools and resources: Consumer Resources | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (consumerfinance.gov)
- Federal Trade Commission “Money Matter” resources, with an emphasis on avoiding scams: Money Matters How to spot, avoid, and report scams | Consumer Advice (ftc.gov)
- National Association of State Treasurers financial wellness worksheet: worksheet.pdf (nast.org)
- US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development guide to buying a home
- Free credit reports at annualcreditreport.com
- Federal Trade Commission help with identity theft