April 26, 2022 (Sacramento, CA) – Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) is excited to provide a resource for financial success: FinancialLiteracy.Rocks (http://financialliteracy.rocks/).  RMAI is committed to protecting consumers and helping them reach their financial goals, manage debt, and create a stronger economy one financial decision at a time.  This website gathers helpful resources together for ease of access and discovery.  FinancialLiteracy.Rocks debuted in 2019 and is updated with new resources on an ongoing basis.

Financial literacy includes the education and understanding of financial topics related to managing personal finance, money, and investing.  Financial literacy also encompasses financial principles and concepts such as financial planning, debt management, saving, retirement, and managing expenses.

FinancialLiteracy.Rocks allows everyone from beginning learners through experienced consumers to navigate topics on financial literacy grouped by audience and topic. The website features a variety of tools, guides, videos, instructional programs, interactive games, and comprehensive overviews.

By Audience:
Young Adults
College Students & New Grads
Service Members
By Topic:
Credit & Debt
Savings & Budgeting
Credit Score

“RMAI is committed to consumer financial education, during Financial Literacy Month and throughout the year.  We believe in upholding the highest ethical standards for the receivables management industry,” said RMAI Executive Director, Jan Stieger.  “FinancialLiteracy.Rocks is a helpful resource for consumers to learn about managing their money to increase their savings and reduce their debt.”

RMAI recently released another new educational resource as well, Understanding the Receivables Management Industry: A Guide to Key Concepts, Terms and Acronyms.  The introductory guide to the industry can be obtained at https://rmaintl.org/IndustryGuide.


About Receivables Management Association International

Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) is a nonprofit trade association representing more than 590 businesses that support the purchase, sale, and collection of performing and nonperforming receivables on the secondary market. The RMAI Receivables Management Certification Program and Code of Ethics set the global standard within the receivables industry due to the rigorous uniform standards of best practice which focus on protecting consumers.

More information about RMAI is available at www.rmaintl.org.