Learn more about finances and how to be money smart!
(Opens in a new Window) (Opens in a new Window)Federal Reserve Education.org (Opens in a new Window) - The Federal Reserve has created an educational website to equip educators, educate students and empower consumers.
(Opens in a new Window) (Opens in a new Window)The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Opens in a new Window) (CFPB) is a U.S. government agency that makes sure banks, lenders, and other financial companies treat you fairly. They have two tabs on their website that are especially designed for the financial education: Consumer Tools and Practitioner Resources. Parents and caregivers have a resource webpage to find a variety of age-appropriate information and tools to help build their children's financial future.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (Opens in a new Window) (FDIC®) has links to help educate consumers on important financial issues and topics.
- MyMoney.gov (Opens in a new Window)- MyMoney.gov is the federal government’s web site for information on handling personal finances with helpful resources from more than 20 federal agencies, including the FDIC.
- Teacher Online Resource Center (Opens in a new Window) - This site offers teachers resources from the FDIC and CFPB to help teach children from pre-K through age 20 about money or other financial topics.