Resources for Older Adults

Like most things in life, the way we send and receive money has gone digital. The benefits and convenience of online and mobile banking are great. Yet, keeping up with technology changes can feel overwhelming – even for the digitally savvy.

The good news is banks and credit unions are available to help us navigate these changes. And, there are lots of other organizations out there to help, too.

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Here are a few trusted resources to help those new to digital banking get up-to-speed and learn how to move money safely.

Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

Financial Literacy & Education Commission (FLEC)

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)

Cybercrime Support Network (CSN)

Additional Reading Materials

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