Financial Literacy Web Links

 

General Sites

Yahoo Finance 
www.finance.yahoo.com/personal-finance
This site provides an extensive list of personal finance resources and tools.

Kiplinger
www.kiplinger.com
This personal finance from the publisher of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine site provides timely and trusted resources and tools.

Money
www.money.com
Your daily destination for financial insight, tools, and strategies, Money.com provides a vital resource for managing, investing, and spending your money.

MarketWatch
www.marketwatch.com
Personal finance and investing analysis, advice and tools from The Wall Street Journal.

BrightScope 
www.brightscope.com
BrightScope®, Inc. is a financial information company that brings transparency to opaque markets.

Debt.org
www.debt.org 
Debt.org is a financial information website that provides a range of free resources, informative articles and tools for readers.

TaxHelp
www.taxhelp.org
This site provides a comprehensive resource for all of your tax needs.

Better Money Habits™
www.bettermoneyhabits.com
Build your financial know-how with free tools and information to help you make more confident decisions, brought to you by Bank of America in partnership with Khan Academy.

The Simple Dollar
www.thesimpledollar.com
The Simple Dollar is respected as one of the best personal finance sites on the Internet and is ranked as a top-ten personal finance blog on Kiplinger.

Government Sites

Department of Treasury Resource Center
www.treasury.gov/resource-center/financial-education 
Coordinated by the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Financial Education, this resource has two primary components: President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability and Financial Literacy and Education Commission (FLEC).

MyMoney.gov

www.mymoney.gov 
This U.S. government website is dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education, providing a central place for unbiased and reliable financial information.

Social Security Administration
www.ssa.gov
The official website of the Social Security Administrations includes resources on retirement, Medicare, and other benefits. New: get your Social Security statement online. 

St. Louis Fed Financial Literacy Resources
www.stlouisfed.org/education_resources
Provides classroom resources for elementary, middle-school, high-school educators, and college professors to use to teach their students about money and banking, economics, personal finance, and the Federal Reserve.

FINRA Investor Education Foundation
www.finrafoundation.org 
The FINRA Investor Education Foundation provides underserved Americans with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary for financial success throughout life.

Investor.gov

www.investor.gov
Investor.gov is brought to you by The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy, which is dedicated to serving the needs of individual investors.

Non-profit Sites

Smart About Money 
www.smartaboutmoney.org 
Funded by The National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE), this site is dedicated to your overall financial well-being.

AARP
www.aarp.org/money  
AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with a membership that helps people age 50 and over have independence, choice and control in their lives.

Financial Literacy Now
www.financiallitnow.org 
Financial Literacy Now is an initiative to raise awareness about the importance of financial literacy and greater access to training, services and information.

Junior Acheivement
www.jasocal.org
JASoCal’s mission is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

RAND Financial Literacy Center
www.rand.org/labor/centers/financial-literacy 
The mission of the Financial Literacy Center is to develop and test innovative programs to improve financial literacy and promote informed financial decision making.

The National Financial Educators Council (NFEC)
www.financialeducatorscouncil.org 
NFEC provides financial education solutions to individuals, schools, businesses, families, government and nonprofit organizations around the globe to improve financial literacy.

Financial Planning Association (FPA)
www.fpaforfinancialplanning.org
FPA is a premier resource for financial planning information and tools as well as for connecting consumers with financial planners.

CalCPA
www.calcpa.org
CalCPA offers a variety of resources to help Californians make better financial decisions.

 

 

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