• America Saves: (Consumer Federation of America) 
    Organization dedicated to providing free financial tools, services for saving and resources in an effort to advance the financial literacy of Americans.

  • Choose to Save:  Education Program (Employee Benefit Research Institute)
    Includes calculators on: Credit Cards, Auto, Home Mortgage, and Home Equity.

  • Consumer's Guide to Credit Cards (Federal Reserve Board)
    Provides a basic guide to navigating the credit card process. Includes "What You Need to Know: New Credit Card Rules"

  • Credit Card Debt Resource Center 
    Assists consumers looking for answers on topics related to revolving credit card debt with a variety of resources including basic credit card debt information, glossary terms, calculators that help formulate and implement a budget that will most effectively reduce debt, and state guides that give information on credit card debt. 

  • Credit, Loans, & Debt (AARP)
    Offers many resources on Credit, Loans, and Debt including calculators. It contains sections on in the Spotlight news, Editors picks, and From the Experts. 

  • Credit and Loans (Federal Trade Commission)
    Provides resources to help you become a more savvy consumer. 

  • CreditSmart Curriculum (FreddieMac)
    Downloadable curriculum "CreditSmart: Understand, Build, and Maintain Better Credit. Avoiding Credit Traps, Becoming a Homeowner, and much more. 

  • Credit Wise Cats (Take Charge America) 
    Provides educational resources to help consumers achieve financial success:  Managing Credit, Investing, Avoiding Bankruptcy, and a Roadmap to Financial Success. 

  • Financial Literacy Quizzes: (State of California)
    Financial Literacy is the ability to read, analyze, manage, and communicate about the personal financial conditions that affect material well-being.

  • Financial Security: Consumer Credit (eXtension) 
    Includes information about Bankruptcy, Credit Scores, How to Get Out of Debt, How to Select a Credit Card, and much more. 

  • Institute for Financial Literacy
    Includes various programs and partnerships on financial literacy. Other information includes resources, support and media and bankruptcy-related services. 

  • MyMoney.gov is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. 

  • National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) 
    Provides information on credit and debt, tips to keep that credit record sparkling, are you a credit user or abuser, and much more. 

  • Personal Financial Education (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis)
    Offers a variety of resources on loans and credit, home mortgages, interest rates, consumer protection, and banking. Also "There's a lot to Learn About Money: You Can Take Charge of Your Financial Future."