Financial Education Links

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Online Resources for Developing and Presenting Lessons on Financial Literacy

Online Courses

Educational Materials

  • The National Financial Literacy Month Home Page. The home page includes 30 steps to financial wellness. The steps include such things as a quiz, suggestions for clearing out financial clutter, correcting credit reports, planning savings accounts, and creating a spending plan. In addition, the home page includes a link to Tools for Success, which then links to different resources, such as worksheets and an eBook titled “Tips for Change.”
  • is the United States website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. The site boasts that “[w]hether you are buying a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401(k), the resources on can help you maximize your financial decisions.” The site includes a collection of resources for all kinds of people — kids, teachers, parents, caregivers, the military, women, retirees, and employers.
  • Get Rich Slowly is a site that features articles about basic financial skills, such as budgeting, handling bank accounts, credit and credit cards, and investing.