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- The objective of our educational program is to explain how individuals can empower themselves by better understanding the financial issues that create emotional and economic stress.
- Our program begins with assessment quizzes that compare your knowledge of amusing cultural information with important practical information on the use of credit cards. The focus is on the early use of credit cards (typically in college and increasingly high school). Your individual performance then directs you to a level in the 3-step credit card education program (novice-intermediate-advanced) … (full text Financial Education).
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Legislation: With Clinton’s pocket veto of the Bankruptcy Reform Act, the future of legislation regulating credit cards and consumer bankruptcy is now the responsibility of the nearly evenly divided U.S. Congress.
Although public support is growing for the regulation of credit card marketing at institutions of higher education, the prospects of enacting such restrictive legislation is currently unlikely. For links to proposals in the last legislative session, see the federal legislation page. For the proposals by the Democrats of the House Financial Services Committee, see the Financial Services Committee Democrats site.
In the last three years, there have been a wide range of legislative proposals, in at least eighteen states, to either regulate or study the regulation of credit cards for those under 21. Most often, these proposals have sought to limit the access of credit card companies to college campuses.
For those interested in coordination of political activities on these issues, see the “Credit Cards and College Students” page of the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCLS) site.
*The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA), called The Bankruptcy Reform Act;
The Bankruptcy Reform Act on Google Web-search;