We are a very visual society. However, not everything can be told or explained through images. That’s why infographics can be so helpful! A combination of mediums has made information easier to absorb, share and save away. Here are a few financial infographics you can use for your personal finances.
5 Financial Infographic Examples
ACCC creates helpful financial infographics to help consumers improve their financial literacy. Additionally, these graphics are useful in the future if ideas or concepts need to be refreshed.
Identity Theft Financial Infographic
The first infographic lays out what you should do if you are a victim of identity theft. There are four main steps to take: contact credit agencies, report it to your banks, make a report to the FTC and then file a police report.
Gross vs Net Income Financial Infographic
Do you know what gross and net income are or how they differ? This is an important financial concept to understand. Learn more about gross and net income from this infographic.
Complete Guide to Building Your Emergency Fund
Everyone needs an emergency fund! Money emergencies happen all the time. Rather than go into debt, actively save for emergencies before they happen. Use this emergency fund infographic to get started and build yours today.
5 Signs You’re Overspending Financial Infographic
Do you follow a budget? Are you often using savings when you shouldn’t? Are your Credit card balances full? Use this infographic to discover if you are overspending.
How to Pay Down Debt Financial Infographic
Finally, here is one of our classic personal finance infographics. If you need to pay down debt, these two strategies are great options: the Debt Snowball and the Debt Avalanche.
Hopefully, these infographics will be a helpful addition to your Pinterest boards and personal finance resources. Click on the links above to learn even more about each infographic and other ACCC resources.