The OCCC’s Education Mission
Today's consumers face an astonishing array of credit products; a basic education in credit products and principles prepares consumers to better understand their choices and obligations. The OCCC understands the need to educate consumers about their rights and responsibilities.
Financial Literacy and Education Resources
Financial education provides consumers the tools and skills to make informed financial decisions. Consumers who understand their choices and obligations are able to manage their personal finances better and more likely to reach their financial goals. In order to help you achieve those financial goals, the OCCC has built a budgeting worksheet to help get you on track.
The OCCC’s directory of Financial Education Resources is a select list of resource sites that offer financial education programs. The "4 Steps to Financial Recovery" pamphlet highlights a few helpful steps to recover financially and rebuild credit after experiencing a financial setback.
In addition, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is the nation's protection agency and works to prevent fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices in the marketplace. It protects consumers by stopping unfair, deceptive or fraudulent practices in the marketplace.
If you would like to learn more about financial education programs or schedule a speaker on credit education for your organization, contact the Education Coordinator at 512-936-7639 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information see the "Need a Speaker?' page.
If you’re shopping for a car, applying for a job, looking for a home, or simply getting your financial house in order, then it’s time to check your credit report. This Q&A style brochure can help.
Si está por comprar un carro o por presentar una solicitud de empleo, o si está buscando una casa, o simplemente está poniendo sus finanzas en orden, entonces es el momento de revisar su informe de crédito. Este folleto redactado en un estilo de preguntas y respuestas puede ayudarlo.