Learning the basics of finance is an important step in our futures. Topics such as how to build credit, repair damaged credit, budget expenses, and navigate contracts are a few examples of the knowledge critical in creating a financially sound future. Teaching these principles will help consumers make informed financial decisions in their futures. As adults start taking on more responsibilities they face many choices that may open them up to fraud. When it's time to start making decisions about attending colleges or universities, starting careers, sign leases, and making their first big purchases they’ll need to be able to recognize and report fraud along the way.
The Financial Literacy Center was developed in an effort to help individuals better prepare themselves to confront common scams and become savvy consumers no matter what decisions they're facing.
- Have you received an email telling you to change your password? If so, learn more in the Digital Fraud Center.
Want to Learn More?
- Visit the Fraud Center for additional information on ways to protect yourself.
Victim of Fraud?
- Report fraud or suspicious activity.
Sign Up For Fraud Alerts
Register here for the Consumer Fraud Bulletin to receive fraud alerts and tips to keep you safe.
Office of the Attorney General
Consumer Protection Section
Colorado Department of Law
Ralph L. Carr Judicial Building
1300 Broadway, 7th Floor
Denver, CO 80203