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Money Smart News - Winter 2005

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FDIC Consumer Newsletter Provides Timely Guidance on Financial Matters
Did you know that the FDIC also publishes a quarterly newsletter with timely consumer tips and information on topics such as deposit insurance, choosing and using credit cards and avoiding financial fraud? FDIC Consumer News, which is written in plain English and is available free of charge, can help Money Smart educators enhance their classroom discussions and provide the program’s students and graduates with continuing education on financial matters.

Current and back issues of FDIC Consumer News appear online at Information in the newsletter may be reprinted in whole or in part without permission from the FDIC. Starting with the Summer 2004 issue, a special online format enables banks, educators, consumer organizations or anyone else to easily reprint FDIC Consumer News in any quantity.

The FDIC also offers a free subscription service that provides an e-mail notice about each new issue of FDIC Consumer News posted to the Web site and provides a link to stories of interest. To subscribe, follow instructions posted on the FDIC Web site at

Last Updated 1/06/2005

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