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  • BANZAI INTERACTIVE LIBRARY is an online resource center where teachers and parents can find articles, calculators, and interactive coaches that can be used to supplement classroom resources and provide background information.
    • FREE
    • Information
    • Elementary Grades, Middle Grades, High School, College/Postsecondary, Adult
    • Advertising, Allowance, Alternatives And Consequences, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile, Automobile Insurance, Automobile Loan, Banking, Bankruptcy, Bill Paying Method, Bill Payment, Bonds, Borrowing, Budget, Business And Profit, Buying Goods And Services, Careers, Cash Flow, Checking Account, Children And Money, Children And Money, College Costs, Communication About Money, Comparison Shopping, 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, Current And Future Insurance Needs, Debit Card, Debt, Debt Collection, Debt Management, Disabilities, Disability, Disability Insurance, Diversification, Dividends, Earning, Earnings, Education, Emergency Fund, Employee Benefits, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Entrepreneur, Estate Planning, Ethical Behavior, Ethical Decisions, Expenses, Financial Advisors, Financial Communication, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Financial Records, Financial Responsibility, Financial Tasks, Fraud, Giving, Goals, Governement Goods And Services, Government Insurance Programs, Government Regulation, Health Insurance, Housing, Identity Theft, Income, Income Sources, Income Tax, Individual Responsibility, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Inflation, Information Sources, Insurance, Insurance Policy, Interest, Interest Earned, Interest On Loans, Interest Rate, Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Investor Education, Jobs, Leasing, Legal Documents, Lending Money, Liability Insurance, Life And Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Life Skills, Lifestyle, Loans, Long-Term Care Insurance, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money Behavior, Money Management, Money Math, Monitoring Investment Performance, Mortgages, Mutual Funds, Need For Financial Education, Net Worth, Online, Online Banking Services, Opportunity Cost, Payday Loans, Payment Methods, Profit, Property Insurance, Purchase Decisions, Rate Of Return, Real Estate, Renter Insurance, Retirement Fund, Retirement Planning, Rights And Responsibilities, Risk, Risk Management, Rule Of 72, Saving, Savings Account, Service, Social Security, Spending, Spending Plan, Stock Markets, Stocks, Student Loans, Take-Home Pay, Taxes, Taxes On Investments, Time Value Of Money, Wage Garnishment, Wages And Salary, Wants And Needs
  • BANZAI! is a free online curriculum designed to introduce the principles of personal finance in scenarios developed in conjunction with experienced educators. Banzai! offers three courses: Junior (age 8-12); Teen (age 13-18); and Banzai Plus (age 16+). Lesson plans, workbooks, grading tools, and online support included. https://youtu.be/laKfIsbpNkk
    • FREE
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • Elementary Grades, Middle Grades, High School, College/Postsecondary
    • Allowance, Alternatives And Consequences, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile Insurance, Automobile Loan, Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bankruptcy, Bill Paying Method, Bill Payment, Borrowing, Budget, Business And Profit, Buying Goods And Services, Careers, Cash Flow, Checking Account, Children And Money, Children And Money, Coins, College Costs, Communication About Money, Comparison Shopping, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Laws, Credit Score, Credit Sources, Creditworthiness, Current And Future Insurance Needs, Debit Card, Debt, Debt Management, Earning, Earnings, Economics, Education, Emergency Fund, Employee Benefits, Estate Planning, Expenses, Financial Communication, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Financial Records, Financial Responsibility, Financial Tasks, Fraud, Giving, Goals, Government Insurance Programs, Health Insurance, Housing, Identity Theft, Income, Income Sources, Income Tax, Individual Responsibility, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Inflation, Information Sources, Insurance, Insurance Policy, Interest, Interest Earned, Interest On Loans, Interest Rate, Jobs, Liability Insurance, Life And Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Life Skills, Lifestyle, Loans, Money Behavior, Money Management, Money Math, Money Psychology, Mortgages, Net Worth, Online, Opportunity Cost, Payment Methods, Purchase Decisions, Retirement Planning, Risk, Rule Of 72, Saving, Savings Account, Social Security, Spending, Stocks, Student Loans, Take-Home Pay, Taxes, Wages And Salary, Wants And Needs
  • A COMEDIC GUIDE TO MONEY is "A painless guide to finances if you're looking to increase knowledge, confidence, and ever wondered, Why on earth did I do THAT with my money?"
    • $19.95
    • Books
    • Middle Grades, High School, College/Postsecondary, Adult
    • Advertising, Allowance, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile, Automobile Insurance, Automobile Loan, Banking, Bill Payment, Bonds, Borrowing, Budget, Business And Profit, Careers, Cash Flow, Checking Account, Children And Money, College Costs, Communication About Money, Compound Interest, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Counseling, Credit Score, Credit Unions, Creditworthiness, Debit Card, Debt, Diversification, Dollar Cost Averaging, Earning, Economics, Education, Emergency Fund, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Entrepreneur, Environment, Ethical Behavior, Expenses, Financial Advisors, Financial Communication, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Financial Responsibility, Giving, Goals, Income, Income Sources, Individual Responsibility, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Inflation, Interest, Interest Earned, Interest On Loans, Interest Rate, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Jobs, Leasing, Life Skills, Lifestyle, Loans, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money Behavior, Money History, Money Management, Money Psychology, Mortgages, Mutual Funds, Need For Financial Education, Net Worth, Payday Loans, Purchase Decisions, Rate Of Return, Retirement Fund, Retirement Planning, Rule Of 72, Saving, Savings Account, Spending, Spending Plan, Stock Markets, Stocks, Student Loans, Talents And Interests, Taxes, Time Value Of Money, Wages And Salary, Wants And Needs
  • MONEY EXPERIENCE is an online financial literacy course with a life simulator and built-in graphic novel that covers the whole arc of life decisions and culminates in a detailed summary of the student's projected life and financial outcomes. It includes an admin portal for educators, with user reports, lesson plans, and videos.
    • $25.00
    • Tools, Toolkits, Apps, Simulations
    • High School, College/Postsecondary
    • Alternatives And Consequences, Automobile Loan, Banking, Bill Paying Method, Bill Payment, Budget, Careers, Cash Flow, Checking Account, Children And Money, Children And Money, College Costs, Communication About Money, Compound Interest, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Problems, Credit Report, Credit Score, Credit Unions, Creditworthiness, Debit Card, Debt, Debt Management, Diversification, Earning, Earnings, Economics, Education, Emergency Fund, Employee Benefits, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Expenses, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Financial Responsibility, Financial Tasks, Giving, Goals, Health Insurance, Housing, Identity Theft, Income, Income Sources, Insurance, Interest, Interest Earned, Interest On Loans, Interest Rate, Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Strategies, Jobs, Leasing, Life Insurance, Lifestyle, Loans, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money Behavior, Money History, Money Management, Money Math, Mortgages, Need For Financial Education, Net Worth, Online, Opportunity Cost, Property Insurance, Purchase Decisions, Rate Of Return, Retirement Planning, Risk Management, Saving, Savings Account, Spending, Spending Plan, Stock Markets, Student Loans, Taxes, Wages And Salary
  • HOW MONEY SMART ARE YOU? is a suite of 14 self-paced games and related resources in the Money Smart product family. This educational tool provides practical knowledge to help students and consumers manage their finances with confidence. Users play games to learn more about everyday financial topics.
    • FREE
    • Games
    • High School, College/Postsecondary, Adult
    • Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bill Payment, Borrowing, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Cash Flow, Checking Account, Children And Money, College Costs, Comparison Shopping, Consumer Protection Agencies, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Report, Credit Rights, Credit Score, Currency, Current And Future Insurance Needs, Debit Card, Debt Management, Diversification, Earnings, Emergency Fund, Employee Benefits, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Expenses, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Fraud, Giving, Goals, Governement Goods And Services, Government Regulation, Housing, Identity Theft, Income, Income Sources, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Inflation, Insurance, Interest, Interest Rate, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Investor Education, Life And Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Life Skills, Lifestyle, Loans, Money Behavior, Mutual Funds, Net Worth, Online Banking Services, Purchase Decisions, Real Estate, Rights And Responsibilities, Risk, Risk Management, Saving, Savings Account, Spending Plan, Stocks, Student Loans, Take-Home Pay, Talents And Interests, Taxes, Time Value Of Money, Wants And Needs
  • HANDS ON BANKINGĀ® is a financial education program that can be used in the classroom or at home. It includes online courses, lessons and activities designed to help educators and families discuss real-life scenarios about needs and wants, budgeting, goal setting, bank accounts, credit and loans, car buying and more.
    • FREE
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • Elementary Grades, Middle Grades, High School, College/Postsecondary, Adult
    • Alternatives And Consequences, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile, Automobile Insurance, Automobile Loan, Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bankruptcy, Barter, Bill Paying Method, Bill Payment, Bonds, Borrowing, Budget, Business And Profit, Buying Goods And Services, Careers, Checking Account, Children And Money, Coins, College Costs, Communication About Money, Comparison Shopping, Compound Interest, Consumer Protection Laws, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Score, Credit Sources, Creditworthiness, Currency, Debit Card, Debt, Diversification, Dividends, Earnings, Entrepreneur, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Fraud, Giving, Goals, Health Insurance, Housing, Identity Theft, Income Sources, Income Tax, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Inflation, Information Sources, Insurance, Investments, Jobs, Loans, Money Math, Mutual Funds, Online Banking Services, Purchase Decisions, Retirement Planning, Risk, Rule Of 72, Saving, Savings Account, Spending Plan, Stock Markets, Student Loans, Taxes, Wants And Needs
  • TREASURE MY FUTURE CONFERENCES are for organizations that want to be a leader and stand out in their community by showing they care and understand there is a missing component many of our youth desperately need to have a happy and healthy financial outlook in life.
    • $497.00
    • Live Programs, Presentations, Workbook/Activity Sheet
    • College/Postsecondary, Adult
    • Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bankruptcy, Bill Payment, Borrowing, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Careers, Checking Account, Children And Money, Children And Money, College Costs, Communication About Money, Compound Interest, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Problems, Credit Report, Credit Score, Credit Unions, Current And Future Insurance Needs, Debt, Debt Management, Diversification, Earning, Earnings, Economics, Education, Entrepreneur, Expenses, Financial Advisors, Financial Communication, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Financial Institutions, Financial Planning, Financial Records, Fraud, Giving, Goals, Housing, Identity Theft, Income, Income Tax, Inflation, Insurance, Insurance Policy, Interest, Interest Earned, Interest On Loans, Interest Rate, Investments, Life Skills, Loans, Money Behavior, Money Management, Mortgages, Need For Financial Education, Net Worth, Saving, Savings Account, Social Security, Spending Plan, Stock Markets, Student Loans, Take-Home Pay, Taxes, Wages And Salary, Wants And Needs
  • BANZAI TEEN is a game where students play to save enough money for college registration. They navigate daily decisions, such as getting a job, going out to eat, and renting an apartment to see how their choices affect their end goal.
    • FREE
    • Tools, Toolkits, Apps, Simulations
    • Middle Grades, High School
    • Alternatives And Consequences, Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile, Automobile Loan, Banking, Bill Payment, Borrowing, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Cash Flow, Checking Account, Children And Money, Children And Money, Comparison Shopping, Credit Cards, Debit Card, Debt, Earning, Earnings, Emergency Fund, Employee Benefits, Expenses, Financial Goals, Giving, Goals, Housing, Income, Income Sources, Income Tax, Interest, Interest On Loans, Jobs, Life Insurance, Life Skills, Money Management, Net Worth, Payment Methods, Renter Insurance, Risk, Risk Management, Saving, Savings Account, Take-Home Pay, Taxes, Wages And Salary, Wants And Needs
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