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Free Financial Resources To Help Manage Your Money

Previously known as Financial Literacy Month, April is now National Financial Capability Month. The month lets you know about the resources and tools available to help you make sound financial decisions year round.

There are numerous free financial resources available to help you better manage and understand your money.

MyMoney.gov is dedicated to teaching basic financial education through resources and tools from across the federal government. You can use the helpful budgeting calculators to help plan for big life events like buying a house or having a child.

You can also visit ConsumerFinance.gov whose mission is to make consumer financial products and services work for all Americans. You can use the Ask CFPB tool to decode confusing financial jargon and learn about your financial rights.

Find more financial resources offered by the Financial Literacy and Education Commission.

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