Search Results: Consumer Issues

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  • 91.
    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Subject: Consumer Issues (Mortgage)
    Audiences: Adults, Service Providers, Specialty Groups (Low-Income)
    Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    The nation´s housing agency committed to increasing homeownership, particularly among minorities. HUD focuses on creating affordable housing opportunities for low-income Americans and supporting the homeless, elderly, people with disabilities and people living with AIDS
    Free Resource

  • 92.
    Subject: Banking, Consumer Issues (Auto Loans, Mortgage), Credit, Investing, Retirement Planning, Saving
    Audiences: Adults
    Source: Federal Citizen Information Center
    Contains helpful information and resources for consumers covering a variety of topics.
    Resource has Fee or Free
    English, Spanish

  • 93.
    VroomGirls: The Best Car Site for Women
    Subject: Consumer Issues (Auto Loans)
    Audiences: Adults
    Source: VroomGirls
    VroomGirls helps the woman who´s searching for her next vehicle make an intelligent car-buying decision.
    Free Resource

  • 94.
    Subject: Consumer Issues, Teaching Kids about Money
    Audiences: Educators (Teachers), Students (Elementary, Middle School)
    Source: BizWorld
    The BizWorld program teaches the basics of entrepreneurship, business and finance by showing children how the entrepreneurial cycle operates.
    Resource has Fee or Free
    Lesson Plan/Curricula

  • 95.
    Wise Bread
    Subject: Banking, Budgeting, Consumer Issues, Credit, Financial Planning, Identity Theft, Investing, Retirement Planning, Saving
    Audiences: Adults
    Source: Killer Ace Media
    Wise Bread is a community of bloggers that strive to help you live large on a small budget.
    Free Resource
    Website (Blog)

  • 96.
    You Are Here
    Subject: Teaching Kids about Money, Consumer Issues
    Audiences: Adults (Parents), Students (Middle School), Educators (Teachers)
    Source: Federal Trade Commission
    In this virtual mall, you can play games, design ads, chat with customers and store owners, and much more. Youll learn key consumer concepts, such as how advertising affects you, how you benefit when businesses compete, how [and why] to protect your information, and how to spot scams.
    Free Resource
    Game, Website

  • 97.
    Your Life, Your Money
    Subject: Credit (Credit Cards), Investing, Retirement Planning, Saving, Consumer Issues (Insurance), Banking, Budgeting
    Audiences: Students (High School, College)
    Source: PBS
    Follows the real-life financial struggles of young adults in America
    Resource has Fee or Free
    Multimedia (Video), Lesson Plan/Curricula, Activity

  • 98.
    Your Money Counts
    Subject: Banking, Budgeting, Consumer Issues (Mortgage, Insurance), Credit (Credit Cards, Credit Reporting, Credit Scoring), Identity Theft, Investing, Retirement Planning
    Audiences: Adults
    Source: HSBC
    A website offering tools and resources to help you manage your finances. Includes quizzes, articles, booklets and an FAQ section.
    Free Resource

  • 99.
    Budget Challenge Personal Finance Simulation
    Subject: Budgeting, Consumer Issues (Insurance), Economics, Investing, Retirement Planning, Saving (Emergency Fund), Taxes
    Audiences: Adults (Parents), Educators (Teachers)
    Source: ProperLiving, LLC
    A personal finance simulation that rewards good behavior and teaches modern skills through modern technology and a learn by doing approach.
    Resource has a Fee
    Activity, Game, Multimedia (App)


Oklahoma Money Matters established this clearinghouse of financial literacy resources as a tool to help teachers, professors, educational administrators, practitioners and communities access information and instructional materials to support personal finance education for all ages. The clearinghouse contains publications, curricula and multimedia that address important money management topics such as saving for retirement, building a budget, balancing your checkbook and managing credit. We hope these resources help you make smart financial decisions and/or help you teach someone else how to manage their money successfully.