Korean Library

Some of the following Consumer Action publications are available in bulk for non-profit or government agencies to distribute for educational purposes. Further info can be found on the How To Order Publications page.

Library of Korean Publications, Sorted by Date

Giving Yourself Some Credit (Korean)

Library: Korean | Giving Yourself Some Credit (Korean) . An illustrated fact sheet describing what credit is, how to obtain it, and how to use it. Also describes credit ratings, credit bureaus, and the importance of consumers periodically reviewing a copy of their credit report for accuracy. Explains the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Filed Under: Credit on Apr 02, 1993

 
Surviving and Controlling Debt (Korean)

Library: Korean | Surviving and Controlling Debt (Korean) Know What You Want. An illustrated fact sheet that discusses the importance of managing debt so that it does not become a problem. Explains debt danger signals and how to reduce debt. Also explains collection agencies, debt counseling, and bankruptcy. Filed Under: Banking Money Management on Apr 02, 1993

 
Banking Basics (Korean)

Library: Korean | Banking Basics (Korean) Checking Account Check List. An illustrated fact sheet that explains how to open a checking account. Explains different kinds of accounts and their fees, check processing, automatic deposit and bill paying, and ATM/debit cards. Filed Under: Banking Money Management on Apr 02, 1993

 
Budgeting and Planning (Korean)

Library: Korean | Budgeting and Planning (Korean) Building a Better Future. An illustrated fact sheet explaining how to control financial problems by budgeting and planning. Explains the functions of a budget, how to do a cash flow analysis, and how to create a workable budget. Also describes how to stick to a budget and make it work. Filed Under: Banking Money Management on Apr 02, 1993

 
California Immigrants and Credit (Korean)

Library: Korean | California Immigrants and Credit (Korean) . A fact sheet designed to explain credit to California immigrants: how to qualify for it, how to use it properly, and how to avoid problems. Discusses creditors, credit history, credit bureaus, scams, and abuses. Includes a short glossary of credit terms and a listing of community resources for further information. Filed Under: Credit on Apr 01, 1993

 

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