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A professional development resource library, developed in partnership with FINRA Foundation.
A comprehensive set of tools that can be used with clients to develop a personalized, self-directed debt elimination plan.
A free online database of personal finance education resources for use by teachers, parents, and everyone committed to financial smarts for students. More than 700 resources from a variety of national leaders in education, financial services firms, government agencies, professional association, and other sectors. Materials address one or more of the 2015 National Standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education provided by the Jump$tart Coalition.
What you need to know about investing for college and retirement: maximize your retirement investments; 5 keys to investing success; where to invest your college money; and getting help with your investments. Written by the editors of Kiplinger's Personal Finance. Brought to you by the Investor Protection Trust, the Investor Protection Institute and When I'm 65.
These cards are a fun, hands-on tool that help people quickly come to understand how their habits and attitudes about money influence their financial decisions. Use them with individuals and couples for financial counseling and coaching; with groups in classroom settings and workshops; or with universities for financial aid events, peer counseling, residence life programs and financial education.
Designed by Cooperative Extension Family Resource Management Specialists from 10 states across the North Central Region (NCR), the Student Loan TIPs toolkit provides an innovative and effective framework to increase student awareness and efficacy in the student loan repayment process.
A powerful tool to harness everyday spending decisions in reaching personal financial goals and to see the progress each step of the way.