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The Atlanta Fed's Financial Tips series is your go-to source for knowledge and best practices for your financial life.
Teaching your students how to budget? Use this lesson to underscore why keeping a budget and building an emergency fund is important.
These lessons will help your students create a plan for emergency and financial preparedness.
It's Your Paycheck! is designed to introduce personal finance content. Course participants learn about a variety of personal finance topics including the link between education and income, budgeting, the benefits of saving, and credit reports. These learning modules will help participants make sense of W-2s, W-4s, payday loans and APRs in an interactive online format. It's Your Paycheck! consists of nine individual programs that can be used together or individually to enhance personal finance learning.
Cards, Cars and Currency is a set of personal finance programs that encourages participants to learn about three areas of personal finance: credit cards, debit cards and purchasing a car. Cards, Cars and Currency includes five individual programs that can be used together or individually to enhance personal finance learning.
The Piggy Bank Primer: Budget and Saving eBook for 7 through 9 year olds uses a story, activities, and puzzles to introduce basic economic concepts—saving, savings plan, spending, costs, benefits, goods, services, and opportunity cost.
Budgeting is the most basic and most important tool in anyone’s financial toolbox. With this resource, students are given the hands-on opportunity to create budgets for fictional “Regan” during her sophomore year in nursing school, and, later, as a recent graduate with an apartment and a new car. Using either Microsoft® Excel or Google Docs, the students download our budgeting tool with space for their own budget, as well as the examples they created by establishing Regan’s budget.
Advance your high school students’ knowledge of money through this free, revamped, comprehensive, eight-lesson curriculum series that will engage and challenge them to apply both personal finance and economic perspectives when it comes to money. Help develop students’ awareness as consumers, while improving their decision-making and financial planning skills.
Take a stroll through each screen of the online FAFSA to see what information you'll need on hand to complete the application quickly and accurately.
Vocabulary, vocabulary, vocabulary is the first step in learning a new discipline like economics or personal finance.We can help with that! Create and print flash cards, or have your students create and print their own, from more than 300 economics and personal-finance terms. Create flash cards for each new chapter or unit of study. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.