We love the national focus on financial literacy because it reinforces our belief that education is fundamental to the financial security of those we serve.
To help you achieve your financial goals, consider these resources that promote financial literacy in April and all year long. You’ll find a wealth of knowledge for your personal financial plans as well as financial literacy resources for your classroom.
(Virtual) Money Smart Week
This year marks the 20th Anniversary of Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Money Smart Week! Sign up to participate in this virtual event with free webinars on topics such as managing money, building and improving credit, understanding Social Security benefits, and more between April 9-16, 2022. There will be one daily live event plus select resources.
Money Management International’s Thirty Steps to Financial Wellness
Offers a 30-step path to help you achieve financial wellness. Includes budgeting tips, quizzes, information on how to save money, tools to track your income and expenses, and more.
The Department of Labor, the Social Security Administration, and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have collaborated to provide a list of publications and interactive tools to help in your retirement planning, plus information on how to contact them with specific questions.
Find financial information for your personal and professional use as an educator. You can also access a clearinghouse of federally-funded research reports, articles, and datasets on financial topics.
Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy
A national non-profit coalition of organizations dedicated to improving the financial literacy of pre-kindergarten through college-age youth. It strives to prepare youth for life-long successful financial decision-making by providing advocacy, research standards, and educational resources. You can subscribe to Jump$tart’s FREE weekly newsletter! Click here for Wisconsin’s Jump$tart page.
Edutopia: Resources and Downloads for Financial Literacy
A comprehensive list of links to resources to help students learn financial concepts, practice money management, and build strong financial decision-making and economic-reasoning skills.
Don’t forget to set up your personal financial consultation
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