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NCUA Highlights Redesigned Consumer Websites
Monday, July 15, 2013 7:55 AM

The National Credit Union Administration has released a 4-minute instructional video, NCUA Consumer Report: MyCreditUnion.gov, covering the newly redesigned websites — MyCreditUnion.gov and its financial literacy microsite, Pocket Cents — which facilitate access to easy-to-understand personal finance information for parents, seniors, students, educators, and service members.

Some topics covered include the cost of education, homeownership and mortgages, preparing for retirement, managing debt, online financial security, and planning for emergencies.

The video also highlights Hit the Road, an interactive personal finance game that teaches young people the value of saving and budgeting.

Finally, the video instructs visitors on how to connect with NCUA’s new consumer Twitter feed, @MyCUgov, which features timely personal finance tips aimed at helping individuals to make smarter financial decisions and better choices for their money.

Launched in March 2011, MyCreditUnion.gov offers consumers a one-stop destination for educational information about credit unions. Housed within NCUA’s consumer website, Pocket Cents provides access to financial literacy information and tools for people of all ages.

To watch the free video, NCUA Consumer Report: MyCreditUnion.gov, visit NCUA’s YouTube channel.