Unbiased financial tools and information for military families and all investors from the FINRA Foundation.
What You Need to Know Before Buying or Selling Them
Protect yourself from fraud by checking if the seller and the investment are registered with FINRA or the SEC. Not doing so can lead to financial damage—as one investor learned.
Though municipal bonds have historically been considered relatively conservative investments, munis, like all bond investments, carry risk.
If you're due a refund from the IRS, you now have more ways to save that money.
Listen to these stories of investment fraud from victims and cons themselves—and learn how to spot and avoid fraud.
The financial situation of many Americans remains fragile. Read 5 tips to help you successfully navigate changing conditions and avoid a personal financial cliff.
The FINRA Investor Education Foundation is pleased to make FICO® credit scores available free of charge to active duty servicemembers and their spouses.
Even if you have never been subjected to an investment fraudster's sales pitch, you probably know someone who has.
Learn to spot and avoid investment fraud as we uncover the tricks criminals use to trap their victims. Free DVD.