College Students concerned about college in the Fall? Click here for a factsheet "Navigating Fall 2020 in the Wake of COVID 19"The National Disability Institute (NDI) created a new set of resources to help people with disabilities and chronic health conditions respond to the financial challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many consumers accessing their finances and looking for ways to save money on their expenses. One of the most common areas where most Maryland consumers are trying to save money is on their insurance. The Maryland Insurance Admintration has compiled tips to help review your insurance policies.
To help students navigate paying for college, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau created the Your Financial Path to Graduation web tool designed to help students clearly understand the total cost of attending college and make informed decisions about paying for their education.
A bank account is a helpful tool to not only pay bills and track your expenses but to receive any COVID 19 benefits. Bank On Maryland is a CASH Campaign program that expands access to safe financial products and ensure that more financial institutions in Maryland offer accounts that meet the Bank On National Account Standards.
Connect with a local coalition for finanical education resources: