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Money Smart - A Financial Education Program

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Throughout FDIC's eight regional and area offices, we feature strategies in which a Money Smart Alliance Partner that links the Money Smart curriculum to other related programs to help people build a stronger financial future. Some common elements of the partners highlighted on this site include alliance members that:

  • Work with the private and/or public nonprofit sectors to reach underserved communities
  • Measures the impact of efforts
  • Shares how success was achieved
  • Generally the success can be replicated

Select a theme to view some of the Money Smart Alliance Partners’ strategies and successes.

Asset Building Homeownership
Community Development Self-Sufficiency
Credit Seniors
Employment Services Small Business
Foreclosure Prevention Youth




Last Updated 12/07/2009 communityaffairs@fdic.gov