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  • On January 10th, 2011, the Obama administration launched a new financial assistance website called MyMoney.gov as part of their National Strategy for Financial Literacy for 2011. Tackling the financial crisis from an educational perspective may seem like a long term project but research shows financial education, or more precisely the lack of it, is at the heart of the financial problems of many homeowners.

    According to a poll by Freddie Mac on 2,031 American homeowners published by FDIC, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, six in 10 homeowners wish they understood the terms and details of their mortgage better.

    MyMoney.gov brings together the know-how and expertise of 20 Federal agencies and Bureaus to fill this gap in our collective financial education and help you make smart financial choices. In doing so it deals with a wide variety of financial issues we should all be interested in. Issues such as managing debt and credit, saving and investing, getting insured, knowing your consumer rights, designing a spending plan, managing debt and credit, getting a loan and dealing with mortgages.

    In order to help spread the word we have prepared a series of articles focused on supplying and commenting on the help and information provided by the government on the subjects of mortgages and debt management.

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