Jump$tart – Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy. The Coalition’s direct objective is to encourage curriculum enrichment to insure that basic financial management skills are attained during the K-12 educational experience.
National Foundation for Credit Counseling – The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) is a national nonprofit network of 1,450 Neighborhood Financial Care Centers designed to provide assistance to people dealing with stressful financial situations.
GreenPath debt solutions – GreenPath Inc. is a government-approved, non-profit financial organization that helps people with credit card debt, medical bills, housing issues and bankruptcy concerns. Founded in 1961, GreenPath offers free, confidential service nationwide.
Equifax – Equifax is a leader in providing consumer credit information. Order a copy of your Credit Profile or obtain other credit-related information.
Experian – Experian is one of three providers of consumer credit information. View your credit report online. Online assistant provides information about personal credit reports from Experian, a glossary of credit terms, credit fraud prevention tips, general information about credit, and more.
Trans Union LLC – Trans Union LLC, the leading provider of consumer information and services, provides credit and fraud-prevention data and information-based solutions including: how to order your credit report, frequently asked questions about credit, and tips to protect yourself from credit fraud.
ACA International – The Association of Credit and Collection Professionals is the international trade organization of credit and collection professionals. This site is a resource guide built to educate consumers, business professionals and the media about the credit and collection industry.
Federal Trade Commission – The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enforces a variety of federal consumer protection laws. In addition to carrying out its statutory enforcement responsibilities, the Commission advances the policies underlying Congressional mandate through cost-effective non-enforcement activities, such as consumer education.
Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection – The Bureau of Consumer Protection provides Online Resources and Consumer Protection Fact Sheets.
Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions – The Department of Financial Institutions is dedicated to protecting Wisconsin citizens through financial regulation and education.
Call For Action – Call For Action, Inc. (CFA) is an international, nonprofit network of consumer hotlines. Volunteer professionals in offices around the world are trained to assist consumers through mediation and education in order to resolve problems with businesses, government agencies and other organizations. Services are free and confidential.