For Today's Woman
- When Your Credit Limit Is Cut
- What to Do If You Think You Are a Victim of Identity Theft
- Eleven Steps Single Moms Need to Take
Young Adults Starting Out
- Getting a Credit Card for the First Time
- Using a Debit Card
- Debt Consolidation and Debt Management Plans
Coping With Unwanted Change
Los Cambios Inesperados
- Asuntos de trabajo y colegio
- Pérdida de bienes y daños materiales de carácter repentino
- El ayudar que su ser querido permanezca en casa
Welcome to Tomorrow's Money
By investing a little time, you can begin your journey toward managing your financial health with confidence. We’ve highlighted some resources of particular interest to Oregonians. To the left are links to special pages with information tailored to women, seniors, youth and Spanish-speaking Oregonians.
For information helpful to all Oregonians, go to the suite of sites under oregon.tomorrowsmoney.org and oregon.ahorrando.org. These sites offer basic personal finance information, tools and resources to help you regardless of where you are financially. Don’t let your fear, frustration or past failure prevent you steps today to financial freedom.
Please come back often to see what is new on the site. And use the Oregon feedback section to tell us what other information you would find helpful. Click on one of the links to the right to begin, or click here to learn more about how to address personal finance challenges and opportunities facing others just like you. Good luck as you begin taking control of your financial future!
Former Oregon State Treasurer
The National Association of State Treasurers Foundation is an organization devoted to improving the understanding of public finance. The Foundation supports a wide range of initiatives from conducting professional development for state treasurers and their staffs to educating citizens about sound personal financial management.