For more information on saving, visit the following links:

Government Agencies

Department of Defense
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Reserve Board
Securities and Exchange Commission,
Office of Investor Education and Assistance
U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA-NIFA)
U. S. Department of Labor,  Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration (PWBA)
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Savings Bonds Marketing Office (SBMO)
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC


FINRA Investor Education Foundation
National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE)
The Ford Foundation

Academic Centers

Center for Social Development, Washington University

Non-Profit Organizations

American Bankers Association Education Foundation
American Payroll Association
American Savings Education Council (ASEC)
Aspen Institute
Certified Financial Planners Board of Standards
Consumers Union
Corporation for Enterprise Development
Greater Washington Urban League
Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy
MANA- National Latina Organization
National Community Reinvestment Coalition
National Council of La Raza
National Credit Union Foundation
National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions
NeighborWorks America 
New America Foundation
North American Securities Administrators Administration
Woodstock Institute

Business and Industry

American Express Company
Association of Military Banks of America
Capital Research and Management Company

Credit Union National Association
Credit Union National Association Mutual Insurance Group
Defense Credit Union Council
Fannie Mae
Financial Planning Association
Freddie Mac
Independent Community Bankers of America
Investment Company Institute
NACHA - The Electronic Payments Association
National Association of Federal Credit Unions
National Cooperative Bank
Washington Mutual
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

Tip of the Day

  • Written by Administrator2 | January 13, 2014

    Never purchase expensive items on impulse. Think over each expensive purchase for at least 24 hours. Acting on this principle will mean you have far fewer regrets about impulse purchases, and far more money for emergency savings.

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Taking Back Control Over Finances

Written by Virginia Saves | August 5, 2015

After becoming a Virginia Saver and getting help from BankOn classes and coaching, Nadine Bialo took back control over her financial affairs.


Getting Out of Debt

Written by Katie Bryan | October 28, 2013

In 2004, Tonya Shelton was facing financial ruin. Barely making more than minimum wage and having lost her home to an unexpected family crisis, Shelton and her family were forced to live in a rundown hotel.


Starting Over

Written by Katie Bryan | October 28, 2013

Until last summer, Michael Lindman spent money freely. “I was a union truck driver for 35 years and had a good income,” said Lindman. “I owned my own home, saved a little, and tried to live within my own budget. You always think there’s going to be that much coming in, but things can change in a split second.”