Financial Education

Mission Statement

Financial Education

Bankers helping Texans making informed decision about budget, credit, asset building, savings and debt management through financial education.
 

79th Regular Legislative Session
Financial literacy bills that established personal finance education in school curricula.

82nd Regular Legislative Session
Financial literacy bills requiring teaching institutions to offer training, distribution of money management resources to the public, and incorporation of financial literacy courses in public school mathematics.

Events & Opportunities

Financial Education Webinar for Money Services Businesses: Guidance on Texas Permissible Investment Reports and Legislative Changes

Date Time Topic Guest Speaker

Thursday
October 26, 2017

Registration

2:30 PM – 3:30 PM Central Time

Guidance on Texas Permissible Investment Reports and Legislative Changes

Jesus Saucillo
Review Examiner
Special Audits Division
Texas Department of Banking, Austin, Texas

Humberto Gonzalez, III
Sr. Financial Examiner
Special Audits Division
Texas Department of Banking, Austin, Texas

 

 

The Texas Department of Banking is hosting a webinar to educate participants on the requirements of the Money Services Businesses (MSB) Permissible Investment Report. Additionally, an overview of changes to statutes affecting MSBs from the 85th Texas Legislature will be provided.

Participation is free; however, registration is required to obtain webinar instructions. For questions, contact the Financial Education Coordinator via e-mail or (512) 475-1337. Space is limited.


What can you do?

Be active in your community! Establish an In-School Bank, join the “Bank On” Initiative, and share your success story with others.

In–School Banking


Resources

These are select resource sites that offer financial education programs and information.

Curricula

Most popular curricula used to teach financial education to youth, adults and senior citizens.

Youth

Adults

Senior Citizens

“Bank On” Programs in Texas

The “Bank On” program is an initiative to bank the unbanked. Become a financial partner and expand your marketing in targeted low-to-moderate income neighborhoods, identify new customers, develop strategies to reach unbanked customers, and make strong connections in the community.Financial Literacy

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