UGA Extension Office

Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy for Adults

Classes and workshops include basic budgeting, credit reports and scores, and estate planning.

Upcoming Financial Literacy for Adults classes will be offered in 2023: Contact Cecilia Tran at cecilia.tran25@uga.edu

 

Financial Literacy for Youth          

Classes and workshops teach youth about spending, saving, and sharing money and credit for teens.

Upcoming Financial Literacy for Youth classes will be offered in 2023: Contact Courtney Mixon at courtney.mixon@uga.edu


Extension Publications
Timeline of the U.S.–China Trade Dispute and Tariffs on Cotton and Textile Trade
Timeline of the U.S.–China Trade Dispute and Tariffs on Cotton and Textile Trade (C 1259) In 2018, the Trump Administration proclaimed significant changes in tariff actions on a variety of U.S. imports, which led to retaliation by U.S. trading partners—including China and many U.S. allies. These actions led to a 2-year trade dispute between the United States and China. Global commercial ties were destabilized and the trade and investment transactions and flows were hampered by the resulting trade dispute. This paper documents the timeline of the U.S.–China trade dispute and the retaliation and responses from China to the Trump Administration’s tariffs. As cotton and its related products were caught in the middle of the trade dispute, this paper also provides discussions about the tariffs implemented by both countries on the cotton and textile sector.
How to Get Out of Debt (C 1045) Learn about types of credit, how to assess your situation if you are in debt, and how to make power payments to get out of debt fast. Getting out of debt helps financial security and planning for the future.
Understanding Your Credit Report (C 1043-1) Learn what makes someone credit worthy and the importance of a credit report. This publication covers how to obtain a credit report and how to understand what it contains.
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