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Your personal information is a valuable commodity. It’s not only the key to your financial identity, but also to your online identity. Knowing how to protect your information — and your identity — is a must in the 21st century. Here are some tips to doing it effectively.  To learn more, visit https://www.consumer.ftc.gov

  • Limit Unwanted Calls & Emails – Some phone calls and emails are important, some can be annoying, and others are just plain illegal. Learn how to reduce the number of unwanted messages you get by phone and online.
  • Computer Security – The internet offers access to a world of products and services, entertainment and information. At the same time, it creates opportunities for scammers, hackers and identity thieves.  Learn how to protect your computer, your information, and your online files.
  • Kids’ Online Safety – The opportunities kids have to socialize online come with benefits and risks. Adults can help reduce the risks by talking to kids about making safe and responsible decisions.
  • Identity Theft – While identity theft can happen to anyone, there are some things you can do to reduce your risk. If you think someone is using your personal information to open accounts, file taxes, or make purchases, visit gov to report and recover from identity theft. Looking for identity theft resources to share in your community? Visit ftc.gov/idtheft.

Web Tools

  • Consumer Resources
    • Resources from our government on what to know and do for these great financial topics:  Managing Your Money; Credit, Loans & Debt; and Scams and Identity Theft.  The Consumer Toolbox will provide helpful resources for educators, advocates and trainers.
  • Financial Literacy Resources
    • NCUA provides financial literacy and education resources to help consumers build savings and achieve their financial dreams.
  • Free Annual Credit Report
    • Central site that allows you to request a free credit report once every 12 months from each of the three main credit bureaus, Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion.
  • Fuel Economy
    • Find and compare fuel economy and air pollution information for all vehicles in the U.S. Buy a cleaner vehicle to help prevent pollution while saving money by using less fuel.
  • Identity Theft
    • If you have been the victim of identity theft, report it and get a recovery plan started.  The Federal Trade Commission can help.  Just click the link, or go to www.identitytheft.gov for more information.
  • Insured Funds
    • The Share Insurance Estimator helps credit union members calculate their coverage under National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund. You can use the estimator to determine how to structure your accounts to include joint accounts, payable on death (POD) accounts, and others to receive coverage greater than the $250,000 that is NCUA’s standard maximum share insurance amount.
  • Pocket Cents
    • A site dedicated to helping Youth, Tweens and Teens, Young Adults, Parents & Educators, Families, Older Americans, and Service Members learn how to make smarter financial decisions for a stronger, brighter future.
  • Savings Bond Calculator
    • Find out what your savings bonds are worth with the Treasury Department’s online Calculator. The Calculator will price Series EE, Series E, and Series I savings bonds, and Savings Notes. Features include current interest rate, next accrual date, final maturity date, and year-to-date interest earned. Historical and future information also are available.