More than five years after the financial crisis, many Americans are still wary of Wall Street and unsure about where to safely invest and grow their money. Some are also uncertain about whether they can even trust the banks to properly manage their money.
In our ongoing series for Financial Literacy Month, former FDIC Chairwoman Sheila Bair, a champion of financial education, offers advice to consumers who may still be concerned about whether they can trust their bank and other financial institutions.
"These are still uncertain times. I feel like it's getting a little bit better, but these are still very uncertain times," Bair said.