The US Treasury Department offers the following resources for consumers and business owners:
Personal Money Management: Whether you are a parent, teen, teacher or business owner, you can find valuable information at MyMoney.GOV that will help you understand basic financing. From budgeting to learning about health insurance options, grants that might be available and more, this helpful resource provides links to articles and other websites that have been vetted for accuracy.
Business Money Management: Small and large business owners can find information regarding corporate taxes, grants that might be available and information about countries that you cannot trade with due to trade sanctions. Business owners of all sizes can benefit from the information that is provided on this website.
Coin Collectors: For those who are interested in coin collecting, there is plenty of information regarding the US Mint, how to find rare coins and information for parents and teachers to help children learn about coins.
Vetting your Broker or Financial Advisor: Don't leave your investment decisions up to someone you have not investigated. The US Department of the Treasury can help you make better decisions about how to interview a potential stock broker or investment advisor.
These are just a few of the educational tools that everyone has access to. Take advantage of these resources for your home and your business.
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