The Money Mart Team is committed to encouraging long-term financial health for its customers. Our Consumer Education Department was created to advance and support financial education in the communities that we serve, as well as promote responsible use of our company products. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns related to our financial products or practices. As well, you can also contact us if you know of a non-profit organization doing notable financial education outreach programs in your community. We'll be happy to send such organizations one of our application packets, as a first step to determining if we can support their public service efforts.
DEPT. OF CONSUMER EDUCATION
Download our brochure and give it careful consideration as you determine what works best in your budget. If you find yourself constantly outspending your budget or frequently overusing temporary cash advances, we suggest that you seek professional advice from a non-profit credit counselor or consider other finance options.
"Making Cents” Video Series
Making Cents: Credit Talk
Making Cents: Attacking Debt
Making Cents: Budgeting
Using Payday Loans WiselyFrom time to time, many Americans find themselves in a cash crunch between paydays. Payday loans are short-term loans that can be used to temporarily handle those emergency expenses. You should only borrow what you need and pay it back in full on your next payday. While payday loans are a convenient way of handling cash flow needs, they are not recommended as a long-term financial solution. When used sensibly, these loans are an excellent source of quick and temporary cash. However, as with improper use of any financial product, overuse can lead to hardship, if not managed wisely. If you need help understanding the terms of your loan, our Customer Service Representatives in our stores are happy to answer any of your questions. If you find yourself constantly outspending your budget or frequently overusing any type of temporary cash advance, we suggest that you seek professional advice from a non-profit credit counselor or consider other finance options.
Practical Money SkillsMoney Mart partners with Practical Money Skills to offer this on-line financial literacy program to help American understand the fundamentals of money management. The system offers a wide array of free resources including games, calculators and brochures that address every day personal finance concerns. Practical Money Skills aims to put the fun back into financial literacy by offering engaging lessons for both students and adults. Click here to visit the Practical Money Skills site.
My Starting PointMoney Mart is pleased to sponsor the My Starting Point financial education training program in partnership with Community Financial Education Foundation & CFSA. Everyone can benefit from taking charge of their personal finance. My Starting Point includes interesting and innovative learning tools, videos, helpful guidance and rewards for lesson completion.
Get Started Now!In order to receive FREE access sponsored by Money Mart, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, e-mail address and state of residence.
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