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  • ANNUAL AFCPE RESEARCH & TRAINING SYMPOSIUM is an annual professional development experience where financial educators, researchers, and practitioners come together to learn, exchange ideas, and make lasting connections to strengthen and advance the field of personal finance. Student scholarships available.
    • $175.00
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • College/Postsecondary, Adult
    • Education, Need For Financial Education
  • HOW TO BECOME FINANCIALLY STRONG is an online course designed to teach basic financial terms and concepts, including Budgeting and Saving, Borrowing and Financing, Investing, Retirement Planning, and Wealth Protection Strategies. A companion workbook is also available: Financial Prep 101: Simple Tips for the Next Generation.
    • $9.99
    • Budget, Communication About Money, Credit, Debt Management, Financial Decision Making, Financial Information, Financial Planning, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Investment Terms, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money Management, Need For Financial Education, Retirement Planning, Saving
  • ACCREDITED FINANCIAL COUNSELOR is a certification program designed specifically for students enrolled in personal finance, financial counseling, personal financial planning, and consumer science majors at an approved university. It is guided by research, rooted in academia, and designed to provide the knowledge and experience to meet individua...
    • $750.00
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • College/Postsecondary, Adult
    • Budget, Communication About Money, Compound Interest, Credit, Debt, Debt Management, Education, Estate Planning, Ethical Behavior, Financial Goals, Financial Plan, Goals, Investments, Money Behavior, Money Management, Retirement Planning, Saving, Spending Plan, Wants And Needs
  • THE MONEY SAVVY STUDENT is an easy-to-read, story-filled journey through the fundamental building blocks of becoming Money Savvy. Your financial future is entirely up to one person - YOU. The earlier you start on the path to understanding money, the faster you'll experience your own version of success.
    • $13.95
    • Budget, Education, Financial Goals, Financial Plan, Money Management, Saving, Student Loans
  • INVESTING FOR YOUR FUTURE is an online course that includes how to find money to invest, and investment principles such as compound interest, fixed income and mutual fund investing. It covers ways to avoid investment fraud and activities to apply investing principles to everyday life.
    • FREE
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • High School, College/Postsecondary
    • Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Markets, Stock And Bond, Mutual Funds, Rate Of Return, Stock Markets, Stocks, Taxes On Investments, Time Value Of Money
  • PERSONAL FINANCE is a textbook about life skills and the economic principles encountered decision-making. It includes financial planning problems with links to solutions, and personal application exercises, with links to their associated worksheet(s) or spreadsheet(s).
    • $49.95
    • Books
    • High School, College/Postsecondary
    • Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Annuities, Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile, Automobile Insurance, Automobile Loan, Banking, Bankruptcy, Bonds, Borrowing, Budget, Careers, Cash Flow, Checking Account, College Costs, Comparison Shopping, Complaint Procedures, Compound Interest, Consumer Protection Agencies, Consumer Protection Laws, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Counseling, Credit Laws, Credit Problems, Credit Report, Credit Rights, Credit Score, Credit Sources, Creditworthiness, Debit Card, Debt, Debt Collection, Debt Management, Disability Insurance, Diversification, Dividends, Dollar Cost Averaging, Earning, Earnings, Economics, Education, Emergency Fund, Employee Benefits, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Entrepreneur, Estate Planning, Ethical Behavior, Expenses, Financial Advisors, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Financial Records, Financial Responsibility, Fraud, Government Insurance Programs, Government Regulation, Health Insurance, Housing, Identity Theft, Income, Income Sources, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Inflation, Information Sources, Insurance, Insurance Policy, Interest, Interest Rate, Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Liability Insurance, Life Insurance, Loans, Long-Term Care Insurance, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money Behavior, Money Management, Money Psychology, Mortgages, Mutual Funds, Net Worth, Online Banking Services, Payday Loans, Payment Methods, Profit, Property Insurance, Rate Of Return, Real Estate, Renter Insurance, Risk Management, Saving, Savings Account, Social Security, Spending, Stock Markets, Stocks, Student Loans, Take-Home Pay, Taxes, Taxes On Investments, Time Value Of Money, Wages And Salary
  • FINANCIAL INCLUSION ESSENTIALS COURSE offers self-paced online learning to financial counselors and coaches and disability service providers who want to learn more about building the financial well-being of people with disabilities. Topics include debunking myths and stereotypes, money management rights and resources, employment resources, ABLE...
    • $325.00
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • College/Postsecondary, Adult
    • Disabilities
  • ON YOUR OWN COAST-TO-COAST is a real-life simulation that challenges students to face the decisions of living on their own over a 3-month period. Students choose between 12 different city locations and 8 different income levels. The 12 financial categories in the software include apartments, banking, bills, entertainment, gasoline, groceries, ...
    • $99.00
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • High School, College/Postsecondary
    • Budget, Comparison Shopping, Credit Costs, Earning, Employee Benefits, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Financial Decision Making, Financial Plan, Financial Responsibility, Goals, Income, Insurance, Risk, Saving, Social Security, Taxes
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