The NCUA’s YouTube channel features videos from the NCUA Consumer Report series. These videos are provided to educate consumers on a range of important financial literacy issues.
The NCUA-hosted financial literacy webinars update consumers, credit unions and their member-owners on the latest national financial literacy trends and research, as well as highlight financial literacy programs and resources from NCUA partners and collaborators.
The NCUA has created a series of short videos to uncover frequent issues and common topics related to managing money. Check them out here.
National Preparedness Month Webinar: Credit Unions and Climate Related Disaster
Explore the challenges faced by credit unions serving communities impacted by natural disasters. Learn about how credit unions support equity and financial inclusion in the context of disaster preparedness and financial resilience.
Closing the Wealth Gap: A Conversation on Black Wealth and Increasing Financial Equity
Credit union leaders, federal government officials, and financial education stakeholders inform credit unions about the historical and systemic challenges that impact African American financial mobility and provide resources to better engage with African American consumers.
Reframe the Shame – A Conversation About Financial Crimes Against Older Adults
AARP discusses how society views and treats victims of frauds and scams and the detrimental impact it may have on older Americans. The NCUA and CFBP share best practices and resources available to raise awareness and reduce the potential for financial crimes against older adults.
Make a Difference in Your Community by Supporting the IRS VITA Program
NCUA moderates a discussion to educate and inspire credit unions to provide free tax preparation for lower-income, elderly, disabled, Native American, limited English proficient, and rural populations.
Protect Your Credit and Identity with Cybersecurity Awareness
NCUA and FTC discuss ways to help credit unions and consumers increase their knowledge of: the economic consequences of cyber fraud and scams; how to spot cyber theft; how consumers and credit unions can prevent cybercrime; and available resources that help protect consumer credit and identity.