American Bankers Association: Consumer Connection
http://www.aba.com/consumer+connection/default.htm
Consumer Connection from the ABA Education Foundation features many banking and personal finance basics, even quizzes. Additional sections are for children and young adults.
 
Bank Branch Online
http://www.bankbranchonline.com/
This site shares information and tips on many areas of online banking.
 
Bankrate.com
http://www.bankrate.com
Here you can find all kinds of information to help manage your personal finances. From the latest national rates to all kinds of basics, Bankrate.com can help answer your questions. The site also provides information on the Truth in Lending Act and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act.
 
The Certified Financial Planner Board
http://www.cfp.net
The CFP Board's site provides resources on financial planning and financial planners, so you can get the answers you need when looking for a financial planner.
 
Credit Education Bureau
http://www.crediteducationbureau.com/
The Credit Education Bureau site contains information on all financial areas related to credit, and even includes 'calculators' you can use to help figure out your financial needs in many areas.
 
Credit Union Online Library
http://www.cybercu.org/
This site's resources are designed for credit union members making financial decisions.
 
Equifax
http://www.equifax.com/
Request your credit report and find other subjects of interest in personal finance, including how to protect against identity theft.
 
Experian
http://www.experian.com/
Experian also provides credit reports, along with other personal finance tools.
 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
http://www.fdic.gov/
The FDIC's Web site answers basic questions about banking insurance, and includes other topics related to personal finance, banking data and statistics, and resources for consumers, communities, and bankers.
 
The Federal Reserve
http://www.federalreserve.gov/
Find all kinds of information about the central bank of the United States - the Fed - here at its Web site.
 
FINRA Investor Education Foundation
http://www.finrafoundation.org/
The FINRA Investor Education Foundation provides underserved Americans with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary for financial success throughout life.
 
Internal Revenue Service
http://www.irs.gov/index.html
At the IRS web site, find information about an area important to everyone's financial plan - taxes.
 
Institute of Consumer Financial Education
http://www.financial-education-icfe.org
The ICFE's Web site helps get out the word on "financial information and education, credit education courses, debt management education, bankruptcy education, savings and investment information, credit counseling information, and financial planning education for all age groups," as well as many other features, including an extensive section for children.
 
Jump$tart
http://www.jumpstart.org
The Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy is a national leader in personal finance education and creator of the authoritative national financial literacy standards and benchmarks. The site features a clearing house of high-quality educational materials, a "Reality Check" financial simulation, and current legislation, among other resources.
 
National Association of Investors Corporation
http://www.better-investing.org
The NAIC aims to educate people about successful long-term investment.
 
National Council on Economic Education
http://www.ncee.net/
The NCEE provides extensive resources for economics educators.
 
National Credit Union Administration
http://www.ncua.gov/
The NCUA Web site gives background on credit unions and the NCUA itself. The site also contains a good deal of reference information.
 
Public Debt
http://www.publicdebt.treas.gov
The U.S. Treasury's Bureau of the Public Debt offers information about government savings bond rates and other government investments.
 
TransUnion
http://www.transunion.com/
Like Equifax and Experian, TransUnion provides credit reports and other credit information for consumers.
 
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
http://www.sec.gov/
Learn here how the SEC works to protect investors.
 
Use Credit Wisely
http://www.usecreditwisely.com
This Citibank site introduces tips that everyone needs to use credit wisely. Featured sections include "know the rules," "spend responsibly," "be protected," and "new & noteworthy."