Adult Financial Education
ANB Bank is committed to the financial success of our communities. To help achieve this success, financial literacy is key. The more you know, the easier it is to make informed judgments and effective decisions about the use and management of your money. Simply use the links below to find out more:
A self-paced Computer-Based Instruction (CBI) format online in English and Spanish.
To help consumers and students of all ages learn the essentials of personal finance, Visa has partnered with leading consumer advocates, educators, and financial institutions to develop the Practical Money Skills program.
This US government site is dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Also, includes information from 20 federal agencies.
Smart About Money, or SAM, is one of the many resources of the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE). You'll find practical articles, worksheets, tips and valuable resources to help you understand and manage your money.
Get a quick run down on some of the most common financial forms and documents that you're likely to encounter presented by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
The key to spotting financial abuse is a change in a person’s established financial patterns.
According to the FBI, in 2015 consumers lost more than $19 million to solicitation scams. These scams, commonly referred to as “advance fee,” “lottery” or “sweepstake” scam, often begin with fraudsters telling the victim they’ve won a lottery or sweepstake raffle.
The “grandparent scam” is one type that deliberately targets older Americans.
According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, almost 90 percent of the financial abuse committed against older Americans are at the hands of someone they know and trust. Here are seven tips to help older Americans choose the right financial caregiver and prevent elder financial abuse.
Did someone send you a check and ask you to send some money back?
Has an online love interest asked you for money?