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Request for Reduced Payments (Payment Plan) – Word
Credit Report Dispute Letter from the Federal Trade Commission
- BankOn – simple, low fee bank accounts that meet United Way’s banking standards and are available at many community banks and credit unions
- Measuring Financial Well-Being by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) in English and Spanish
- Clark.com – Clark Howard‘s website includes many resources on scam, fraud and other financial topics
- BBB.org – The Better Business Bureau offers ratings and assistance to consumers researching or needing help with a problem between them and a business
- Fraud.org – nonprofit advocacy organization that promotes the interests of consumers and workers in the United States and abroad. NCL staff have dedicated themselves to this mission through investigation, public interest advocacy, and consumer education.
- Farnoosh Toorabi’s So Money – focuses on general financial knowledge and business issues like asking for a higher salary
- How to Money – Friends and experts Joe and Matt give general financial advice on a variety of topics
- Jean Chatzky’s Her Money – focuses on women and money
- Suze Orman’s Women and Money – focuses on women and money
- Tiffany Aliche’s Brown Ambition – from a Nigerian immigrant family, Tiffany focuses on general finance and issues specific to African or African Americans in the United States
- Clark.com – Clark Howard’s website includes many resources on how to save money on your bills
- The Minimalists – save money by learning to simplify your life, buy less stuff and spend more time and money on things you enjoy