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MoneyWi$e offers online financial education courses
MoneyWi$e offers free online financial education eLearning modules for consumers in English and Spanish.
MoneyWi$e, a Consumer Action-Capital One Partnership, has launched new, interactive financial education eLearning modules for consumers. The courses offer case studies, interactive tips and exercises along with a variety of resources based on the MoneyWi$e financial education materials.
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Five interactive courses are available:
- Talking to teens about money – Help teens and their parents recognize the importance of having bank accounts and understand responsible ATM/debit card use.
- Managing your money – Identify how to set financial goals, create a budget, and handle credit responsibly.
- Building good credit – Identify tips to build and maintain good credit, including how to calculate credit payments and monitor credit history.
- Rebuilding credit – Discover tips to rebuild credit, including steps to take, making good credit choices and ordering a credit report.
- Saving to build wealth – Recognize the importance of emergency savings accounts and retirement planning, budgets and setting financial goals.