Adolescence is the critical transitioning period from childhood to adult responsibilities. The best thing to do to equip yourself with the proper skills to be financially successful is to start learning healthy habits early.
With the proper discipline, exposure to financial concepts, and some practice managing your money, the road to financial literacy will be a smooth one.
Here, you will find helpful resources, thorough guides, and additional programs geared to budding adults.
|Explore this interactive guide to learn how to set financial goals, budget, save and invest, build credit and manage debt, and protect wealth with basic insurance.|
|These financial literacy materials, including classroom modules, games, DVDs and brochures, are free and available for download.|
|Created by Mountain America Credit Union, this magazine is your guide to a successful financial path, with an overview of all the topics of your financial future.|
|Taking Charge of Your Finances|
|Thinking of college? Learn a few facts about money management. Quiz available at the end to check for understanding!|
|Your First Bank Account|
|Frequently asked questions and answers if to think about when starting a bank account.|
|What is identity theft? Why should I care?|
|Learn the Biz|
|Click this resource to find tools and activities for young entrepreneurs.|
|The Money Side of Life|
|Here you will find a mix of articles on ranging topics relevant to young adults–start exploring!|
|Fill out the choices in this link to see if you can afford your dream life. You might be surprised at how much that life will cost|
|Tips for Teens|
|This website will give you tips and tools for managing money. Get started!|
|Personal Finance Education|
|NEFE’s High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFPP) is a free turnkey financial literacy program specifically focused on basic personal finance skills that are relevant to the lives of teens.|
|Hands on Banking- Beginner|
|Learn money management, how to save, and credit basics.|
|Hands on Banking- Advanced|
|Learn about creating a spending plan, starting work, and how continuing education after high school could fit into your financial future.|