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mymoney.gov, the Federal Government's website dedicated to helping Americans
understand more about their money – how to save it, invest it, and manage
it to meet your personal goals.
Every day, consumers spend money – or do something that involves
money - whether it is balancing a checking account; shopping for a mortgage or
auto loan; researching ways to pay for a college education; checking credit card
statements; putting money away for retirement; understanding a credit report; or
simply deciding whether to pay cash or charge a purchase.… the list goes
on and on.
You can use the resources on this site to
learn how to do these things and manage your money better – and we hope
you'll share what you learn with others. This site will grow over time with more
information on lots of different topics – so visit often!
As a first step, please send for the free "My Money" tool kit.
It has information to help you choose and use credit cards, get out of debt,
protect your credit record, understand your Social Security benefits, insure
your bank deposits, and start a savings and investing plan. Just click on the
Free "My Money" tool kit link above, fill out the order form it will
bring up, and we'll be glad to send your "My Money" tool kit right away. Thanks for visiting mymoney.gov. This website is
managed by the federal Financial Literacy and
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