The Equifax security breach is a fresh reminder to be vigilant about protecting personal and financial data. While it may be tempting to sigh and resign ourselves to the fact that our personal data is at risk regardless of what we do, there are low-effort actions that can reduce the risk of financial fraud and save the time, hassle, and cost of investigating and recovering from identity theft.

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Results from the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) show that one in five U.S. teenage students (22 percent) lacks basic financial literacy skills. 

Other NEFE Educator Resources
CashCourse® - online materials for college students
Financial Workshop Kits - resources for adult financial educators
Evaluation Toolkit® - databank of questions to measure impact
On Your Own - young adult blog about financial lessons learned
Spendster - confessions of bad spending habits
Smart About Money - consumer finance tips and tools
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Learn more about the complete suite of NEFE's free consumer and educator resources at  www.nefe.org .
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