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Our Partners

The California Financial Literacy Portal is happy to partner with these organizations!

Mortgage Education and Outreach is consumer education about home ownership, mortgage fraud and foreclosure prevention.

The CA Senior Gateway is a one-stop website intended to provide seniors, their families, and caregivers with the information they need to connect to helpful services and resources, to find answers, and solve problems.

Protect Yourself From Fraud For Servicemembers and Veterans is information for military community to help them make smart financial decisions, avoid predatory lending and protect themselves from financial fraud and scams.

CalSavers will open to all eligible employers beginning July 1, 2019.

CalSavers provides employees access to a retirement savings program without the administrative complexity, fees, or fiduciary liability of existing options for employers. Any employer with at least five employees that doesn’t already offer a workplace retirement savings vehicle will be required to either begin offering one via the private market or provide their employees access to CalSavers. CalSavers will be operated solely through administrative fees, so there’s no cost to taxpayers. After CalSavers opens for enrollment, eligible employers can register for CalSavers at any time and will be required to comply by the following deadlines:

100< employees June 30, 2020

50< employees June 30, 2021

5+ employees June 30, 2022

The CalSavers program will ensure nearly all Californians have access to a workplace retirement savings program. CalSavers offers employees a completely voluntary, low cost, portable retirement savings vehicle with professionally managed investments and oversight from a public, transparent board of directors, chaired by the State Treasurer.

CalHFA provides financing and programs that create safe, decent and affordable housing opportunities for low to moderate income Californians.

EARN is a national, award-winning nonprofit working to empower low-income Americans to take charge of their financial lives. EARN's savings technology and programs support working families in setting aside the savings they need to achieve financial security and take advantage of opportunities.

NMLS Consumer Access

NMLS Consumer Access is a free service for consumers to confirm that the financial-services company or professional with whom they wish to conduct business is authorized to conduct business in their state.

The California Asset Building Coalition (CABC) is a statewide network of diverse organizations joined together to advance statewide policies and programs that help Californians to save, build assets, and achieve economic mobility.

How the REAL ID Act Impacts Californians.

The CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) is a U.S. government agency that makes sure banks, lenders, and other financial companies treat you fairly.

The Department of Real Estate (CalDRE) licenses and regulates the real estate industry and some mortgage loan originators.

Unclaimed Property Search

The California State Controller's Office operates the State's Unclaimed Property program.

CA Senior Gateway

The CA Senior Gateway is a one-stop website intended to provide seniors, their families, and caregivers with the information they need to connect to helpful services and resources, to find answers, and solve problems.

Nationwide Multistate Licensing System and Registry (NMLS) is a system of record for non-depository, financial services licensing or registration.