Understanding how financial institutions work with people who have limited proficiency in English.
Employers and HR professionals are growing more aware of the ways stress over money affects people in the workplace. Here are some resources to help organizations implement a workplace-based financial wellness program.
Con una población de más de 41 millones de personas en los Estados Unidos, los inmigrantes representan un número considerable de consumidores en este país. Para el grupo de inmigrantes que no hablan bien el idioma inglés, el acceso y uso de productos y servicios financieros puede convertirse en un desafío.
Learn about the unique financial challenges facing immigrants in America and what resources we have available to help.
To help, we developed the Newcomer’s Guides to Managing Money, an unbiased resource for recent immigrants. Take a look and see ways to pay bills, receive money, open a bank account, and compare financial products.
We’re working to reach more people with our services and information, and we could use your help. We’re proposing a Language Access Plan, as part of our public commitment to providing services and information in languages other than English. With more information available in their native language, more people can avoid confusion, mistakes, and even fraud. Learn more about our proposed plan for reaching more consumers in other languages.
Financial education is an important component of our work. We help consumers understand the opportunities, risks, and consequences associated with financial products, services, and decisions. Listening and learning As part of our outreach, we have held four listening sessions across the country with more than 120 people who are leaders in financial education. We also […]