At Eagle Bank and Trust Company of Missouri, we understand that once in a while, everyone has questions about bank products, services and their finances in general. If you have a question, ask a banker.
Eagle Bank believes that it's our responsibility to provide our community and customers with financial education and related resources including:
- In-school educational programs on a variety of topics ranging from credit and student loans to savings and investing
- The latest information on current bank products and services
- Identity Theft Protection and Privacy Protection
- Other Resources and Opportunities to Learn more such as the links below:
Clear Point Credit Counseling
Offers consumers debt consolidation services, budgeting, and credit counseling. More information about Clear Point Credit Counseling can be found on their website.
The Federal Reserve
Offers tools, financial calculators, and similar resource on their website.
The FDIC's Money Smart Program for Adults
Provides educational programs on a variety of topics. For more information, visit their website.
FDIC's Consumer News
Provides practical guidance on how to become a smarter, safer user of financial services. Each issue offers helpful hints, quick tips, and common-sense strategies to protect and stretch your hard-earned dollars.
FDIC Publishes a Money Guide for Young Adults and Teens
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today published a collection of simple, practical tips for young adults and teens on saving, managing money, and avoiding financial scams. This special edition of the agency's quarterly FDIC Consumer News (Fall 2012), entitled “For Young Adults and Teens: Quick Tips for Managing Your Money,” also includes suggestions for parents and caregivers on saving for a child’s future and teaching youngsters about money. The latest issue can be read or printed online at their website.
Have a specific question of your own?
Submit your question to one of Eagle Bank and Trust Company of Missouri's knowledgeable bankers.
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