Banks participating in an FDIC financial education program for schoolchildren aren’t sugarcoating explanations about low rates on savings accounts, home foreclosures and other topics.
Banks participating in an FDIC financial education program for schoolchildren aren’t sugarcoating explanations about low rates on savings accounts, home foreclosures and other topics. File photo
Banks participating in an FDIC financial education program for schoolchildren aren’t sugarcoating explanations about low rates on savings accounts, home foreclosures and other topics. File photo

There’s no shying away from tough banking topics

October 17, 2014 1:00 AM

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