FDIC Consumer News
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Spring 2008 – Special Edition: Money Tips for All Ages
Your Finances at Different Stages of Life
The Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation was created by Congress in 1933 to protect depositors and ensure the safety and soundness of the U.S. banking system. Since that time, the FDIC has remained true to its mission — to be a source of confidence and stability for the American people. In fact, because of the FDIC, no depositor has lost a single cent of insured funds as a result of a bank failure.
The FDIC is celebrating our 75th anniversary in numerous ways, including the publishing of "Money Tips for All Ages," this special edition of FDIC Consumer News. We invite
you to learn more about what
we do to serve and protect consumers — and what you can do to better manage your money. Start by visiting our home page at www.fdic.gov. You also can call or write the FDIC for help regarding deposit insurance and banking. See For More Help or Information on Managing Your Money for information on how to contact us.
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Jay Rosenstein, Editor
FDIC Consumer News
550 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20429
Fax: (202) 898-3870
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FDIC Consumer News is produced
quarterly by the FDIC Office of Public Affairs in cooperation with other Divisions and Offices. It is intended to present information in a nontechnical way and is not intended to be a legal interpretation of FDIC or other government regulations and policies. Mention of a product, service or company does not constitute an endorsement.
This publication may be reprinted in whole or in part without permission from the FDIC. Please credit FDIC Consumer News.
For Any Age or Stage
Practical Advice for Everyone on How to Save and Manage Money
How to Ace Your First Test Managing Real Money in the Real World
For Young Adults
What to Know Before Declaring Your Financial Independence
Starting a Household on Solid Ground Financially
Multi-Tasking In Your 30s, 40s or 50s
Teaching Children the Financial Facts of Life
Before You Retire
Getting Your Finances Ready for Your Golden Years
After You Retire
Managing Your Expenses on a Fixed or Reduced Income
For Financial Caregivers
Helping Disabled or Elderly Relatives With Money Management, Even From Far Away
For Major Life Events
Ways to Cope Financially During and After a Big Change
For More Help or Information on Managing Your Money
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Sheila C. Bair
Director, Office of Public Affairs (OPA)
Assistant Director, OPA
Senior Writer-Editor, OPA