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T.U.F.F.Y. Check out Tuffy the Titan as he learns the Financial Literacy concepts of: budget, credit, and identity theft.

T.U.F.F.Y.
Check out Tuffy the Titan as he learns the Financial Literacy concepts of: budget, credit, and identity theft.

 
Financial Literacy Workshops Bank of America Representatives enthusiastically give a workshop on budgeting and credit to members of the "RENT: A Financial Literacy Movement" cast and the Financial Literacy Internship Program interns.

Financial Literacy Workshops
Bank of America Representatives enthusiastically give a workshop on budgeting and credit to members of the "RENT: A Financial Literacy Movement" cast and the Financial Literacy Internship Program interns.

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Financial Literacy

Mission Statement

The goal of the Financial Literacy Program is to help CSUF students improve their understanding of financial concepts and services so they are empowered to make informed choices and take action to improve their financial well-being.

The Financial Literacy Program is brought to you by
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Budgeting

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Home improvements. Back-to-school clothes. Even a weekend getaway. Whether it's something you need or something you want, creating a budget can help you keep your spending in line to help you reach your goals.

Credit

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We all want "good credit", even though it’s not always clear how to get there, but with some solid first steps and a focus on paying your bills on time, you'll be on your way to building a solid credit score.

Identity Theft

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Finding a mistake on your credit report can leave you with an uneasy and anxious feeling. But don't worry. You're not alone and there are people and agencies that can help you straighten out any errors in your report.