The e-Learning Center website provides general consumers valuable financial information via online tools that include tip sheets, budget tracker worksheets and credit explanations.
"What's your financial persona?" the MasterCard e-Learning Center challenges its Malaysian audience to consider. With information on credit, debt and staying secure, the e-Learning Center empowers Malaysian consumers with information to help them have the most successful financial persona possible.
OTHER PROGRAMS IN ASIA PACIFIC/MID-EAST/AFRICA
We are committed to financial education around the world — that's why we've created a range of financial education programs tailored to consumers in several global markets.
Australia, New Zealand
The MasterCard Budget Basics website and its related brochures educate consumers and students on smart budgeting practices.
Introduction to Financial Management provides consumers in Japan access to free, easy-to-understand tools to help manage their personal finances.
Together with the Indian Banks Association and India Cards Council, the Money 4 You web portal shares smart financial tips with young adults just entering the workforce.
Safetina's Online Shopping Lesson is a consumer education website meant to teach Japanese consumers – a group that heavily participates in online shopping – how to be savvier and more secure when shopping online.
MORE THINGS TO EXPLORE
MasterCard Worldwide gave $1 million to the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) to support programs for students in across the U.S.
Parents can make back-to-school shopping less stressful — but planning ahead is critical.
To help consumers save well and spend wisely, MasterCard has created a site full of tools, resources, tips, links and more to help consumers keep their financial life pointed in the right direction.