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Teaching financial literacy? FTC gives you a Jump$tart

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When teachers from across the country meet to improve their ability to teach personal finance, we’re ready to help. The seventh annual Jump$tart National Educator Conference will be held at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center at National Harbor, Maryland November 6-8. The conference provides PreK-12 educators with financial education resources from more than 30 organizations, personal and professional development, and access to a nation-wide network of colleagues involved with financial literacy.

If you’re a teacher planning to attend the conference, stop by the FTC booth for free education materials for you and your students. If you can’t make it to the conference and want to learn about educating yourself and other people — of any ages — in your community, check out our Financial Educators resource page.

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Money & Credit


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Do not give your bank account number to a stranger who calls you or sends email.

If you give your bank account number, someone can take your money. Or, he can put stolen money into your account and take it out again.

If someone truly has funds for you, he can send you a certified check from his bank, or find a way to send the funds.

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