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Membership Publications
AFSA produces a number of publications geared toward its members that provide updates on the association’s key activities for the year, overview the benefits of various membership categories, or provide resources for educating their customers on personal finance.

2014 AFSA Annual Report

2014 Summary of Accomplishments

Understanding Vehicle Financing 2014
This brochure, produced by the American Financial Services Association Education Foundation (AFSAEF) and the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), and prepared in cooperation with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), provides information to help consumers learn about dealership financing and evaluate their own financial situations before financing a new or used vehicle. It also addresses vehicle leasing.

2013 AFSA Annual Report

2013 Summary of Accomplishments

2012 AFSA Annual Report

Understanding Payment Protection Insurance

Understanding APR

Understanding Your Credit Risk

Understanding Personal Loans

Marketing 101 Toolkit
The Marketing 101 Toolkit was designed by AFSA's Marketing Committee to explain fundamental marketing concepts and provide suggestions for implementing or enhancing a marketing campaign. It is an educational guide that is intended to serve as a starting point rather than a comprehensive marketing plan.

Consumer Finance Companies: An Overview
An overview of the consumer finance industry, history of the industry, size and ownership, a description of the various type of financial services companies including payment card issuers, sales finance companies, diversified financial services companies, mortgage lenders, vehicle finance companies and industrial banks.

2013 - 2014 Buyers Guide

AFSA Decal
Display your affiliation with AFSA with a colorful new window decal. Complete this form to receive one decal for each of your offices.

Guidelines for Safeguarding Data and Personal Identifiable Information in Financial Services
This set of general guidelines to follow regarding safeguarding customer PII is the product of the American Financial Services Association and its Identity Theft Fraud Control Committee. It is based upon the input of several data privacy professionals representing AFSA's member companies.
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