Consumer Information Links
American Bankers Association - ABA
This web site is a one-stop source for information and advice on banking and personal
finance, provided by the American Banker’s Association Education Foundation.
CFPB - Consumer Finance Protection Bureau
The central mission of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is to make
markets for consumer financial products and services work for Americans — whether
they are applying for a mortgage, choosing among credit cards, or using any number
of other consumer financial products
CFPB - Financial protection for older Americans
Older Americans face many financial challenges as they age. They have opportunities
to travel, explore new fields of work or hobbies, or spend time with family and
friends. But often scam artists or bad advice take away these opportunities. The
Office of Financial Protection for Older Americans is here to give seniors information
and tools to navigate safely through financial challenges.
CFPB - Information for Servicemembers
Servicemembers should be able to accomplish their mission without worrying about
illegal or harmful financial practices. The Office of Servicemember Affairs is here
to ensure that military personnel and their families have a voice at the Consumer
Financial Protection Bureau.
CFPB - Student debt repayment assistant
Before you start, it will be helpful to have a list of your loans, as well as the
required monthly payment amounts. If you don’t have this information, don’t worry.
While our Student Debt Repayment Assistant can’t give you advice for your exact
situation, we hope it can point you in the right direction and help you learn about
some of your options. .
FDIC - Ten Things You Should Know About Debit, Credit, or Prepaid Cards
Debit, credit and prepaid cards are widely used to pay for a variety of goods and
services, and consumers often use them interchangeably. However, there are significant
differences between these cards in how they work and the consumer protections provided
for each card. That's why the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has created
a list of things you should know before using your credit, debit, or prepaid card.
Federal Deposit Insurance Company – FDIC
This web site provides an abundance of information that can be used by consumers
for questions relating to financial products, real estate, community development,
financial privacy and deposit insurance. An interactive application is also available
that calculates insurance coverage for up to ten accounts per ownership type.
Making Home Affordable has been extended!
In an effort to enable more struggling homeowners to take advantage of the Making Home Affordable Program (r), the application deadline has been extended through December 2013 and the eligibility criteria have been broadened. Now, homeowners with rental properties and additional homeowners facing a negative change in their finances may be eligible for assistance.
Purchase U.S. Savings Bonds at TreasuryDirect
Paper savings bonds are no longer being sold at financial institutions. Electronic
savings bonds can be purchased online through TreasuryDirect. Existing paper bonds
are still valid for 30 years from the issue date or until redeemed. You can continue
to cash savings bonds at any FNCB branch location.
Small Business Administration
This web site provides information about programs and services to help you start
your small business and information pertaining to financial assistance.
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