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  • CREATING YOUTH SAVINGS PROGRAMS is the result of a pilot conducted by the FDIC to identify promising approaches to combining financial education with the opportunity to open a safe, low-cost savings account. This road map is based on what was learned from 21 banks and their school and nonprofit partners.
    • FREE
    • Information
    • Elementary Grades, Middle Grades, High School
    • Banking, Savings Account
  • MONEY SMART YOUTH EMPLOYMENT RESOURCE CENTER supports access to federally insured accounts for youth participating in employment programs, particularly those funded through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) (dol.gov), administered by the Department of Labor. It also supports employers in understanding account access for yout...
    • FREE
    • Information
    • High School
    • Banking, Careers, Checking Account, Earning, Employee Benefits, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Jobs, Savings Account
  • TEACHER ONLINE RESOURCE CENTER includes tools to help teach financial education, such as curriculums, games, videos, and a youth banking resource center. In support of this effort, the FDIC is working with community partners and banks to create hands-on programs for youth savings accounts connected to financial education for schools and communi...
    • FREE
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • Adult
    • Allowance, Alternatives And Consequences, Automobile Insurance, Automobile Loan, Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bill Paying Method, Bill Payment, Buying Goods And Services, Careers, Cash Flow, Checking Account, College Costs, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Counseling, Creditworthiness, Currency, Debit Card, Debt Management, Diversification, Earning, Earnings, Expenses, Financial Advisors, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Governement Goods And Services, Government Regulation, Income Sources, Income Tax, Individual Responsibility, Interest, Interest Rate, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Investor Education, Jobs, Life Skills, Money Management, Need For Financial Education, Online Banking Services, Payment Methods, Purchase Decisions, Saving, Savings Account, Spending Plan, Student Loans, Wants And Needs
  • MONEY SMART 2.0 is a customized version of the FDIC Money Smart curriculum that includes lessons, activities, presenter slides, and teaching guides for educators and parents. Banks and financial organizations can earn CRA credit and form lasting connections with the community by becoming a local sponsor of the program.
    • FREE
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • Elementary Grades, Middle Grades, High School
    • Careers, Children And Money, Education, Financial Decision Making, Financial Responsibility, Life Skills, Money Management, Need For Financial Education, Rights And Responsibilities, Savings Account, Taxes
  • MONEY SMART FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (MSYP) is a series of age-appropriate curricula that includes lesson plans for educators along with guides for parents and caregivers. It offers practical activities and conversation-starters on financial topics such as saving, setting financial goals, prioritizing spending decisions, and staying safe online.
    • FREE
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • Early Elementary, Elementary Grades, Middle Grades, High School
    • Advertising, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile Loan, Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bill Payment, Borrowing, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Careers, Checking Account, Children And Money, Coins, College Costs, Comparison Shopping, Compound Interest, Consumer Protection Laws, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Laws, Credit Report, Credit Score, Credit Sources, Debit Card, Earning, Earnings, Education, Emergency Fund, Entrepreneur, Expenses, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Institutions, Financial Responsibility, Financial Tasks, Fraud, Giving, Identity Theft, Income Sources, Individual Responsibility, Insurance, Interest, Interest Rate, Investments, Investment Terms, Loans, Money Management, Money Math, Payment Methods, Saving, Savings Account, Spending, Student Loans, Take-Home Pay, Time Value Of Money
  • 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
  • MONEY SMART FOR ADULTS is an instructor-led curriculum consisting of 14 training modules covering basic financial topics, such as services offered by financial institutions, how to use a checking account, spending and saving plans, how to obtain and use credit, and the basics of repairing credit.
    • FREE
    • Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
    • Adult
    • Allowance, Alternatives And Consequences, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile, Automobile Loan, Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bankruptcy, Bill Paying Method, Bill Payment, Borrowing, Budget, Cash Flow, Checking Account, Children And Money, College Costs, Communication About Money, 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, Dollar Cost Averaging, Earnings, Economics, Emergency Fund, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Expenses, Financial Goals, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Financial Responsibility, Fraud, Governement Goods And Services, Identity Theft, Income, Income Sources, Individual Responsibility, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Information Sources, Interest, Interest Rate, Investment Risk, Jobs, Leasing, Loans, Money Behavior, Money Management, Money Math, Mortgages, Online Banking Services, Payday Loans, Payment Methods, Profit, Risk Management, Rule Of 72, Saving, Savings Account, Spending, Student Loans, Taxes, Time Value Of Money, Wages And Salary, Wants And Needs
  • The Financial Literacy Inventory (FLI) measures a person's basic knowledge of money management. This 60-item assessment feeds into five scales: Income and Careers, Banking and Budgeting, Credit and Debt, Saving and Investing, and Rights and Risks. The FLI helps individuals determine how much they know about effectively managing their money, givi...
    • $58.95
    • Budget, Financial Plan, Money Management, Saving, Spending
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