Money Matters Town Hall

by Banking.com Staff October 27, 2010   Insights

Intuit’s “Money Matters” Town Hall series is dedicated to providing consumers and small businesses with the resources and advice needed to make their money matter, even in an economic downturn. These Town Halls provide insights and tips on surviving and thriving in the “new normal” economic climate. Consumers and small businesses will share their challenges and successes, and experts will provide tips and advice on saving and making money.

This glimpse into the “College Debt Problem” is moderated by Farnoosh Torabi, personal finance expert and the author of “You’re So Money,” a best-selling personal finance book, and Brad Smith, CEO of Intuit.

In order to help your customers and members manage debt, ensure you are continuing to educate consumers about their overall financial picture. Financial institutions that build a relationship with its members will lead to consumers seeing their bank or credit union as  a one-stop shop for understanding and managing debt.

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