Awesome Money Websites
The Internet is full of Web sites that claim to offer financial advice. The MoneyAndStuff staff has carefully reviewed the following sites and recommends them. MoneyAndStuff.info is not responsible for content on these links.
Resources for parents, educators and caregivers from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Site. Arranged by grade.
The Motley Fool’s website features a helpful article for teenagers, Ways to Save and Make Money.
A free site for school-age kids from the National Credit Union Administration that features money tools and information, including how money is made and currencies from around the world.
Recommended for teens who are preparing for independence. This quiz walks you through the real-world costs of living without Mom and Dad. You might be surprised at how much things cost!
Smart About Money is one of the many programs of the National Endowment for Financial Education®. NEFE® is an independent, nonprofit foundation committed to educating Americans on a broad range of financial topics and empowering them to make positive and sound decisions to reach their financial goals.
Biz Kid$ is a site that supports the new PBS TV show, Biz Kid$. It teaches kids how to make and manage money. Features TV episodes, online games and much more. The program is underwritten by America’s Credit Unions.
CashCourse® provides financial education resources for colleges. It’s online, it’s free, it’s noncommercial, and it’s brought to you by The National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE®) – the only nonprofit foundation dedicated to improving the well-being of all Americans.
The National Endowment for Financial Education is a non-profit foundation that provides a lot of helpful financial information for high school students and educators.
A site dedicated to help you optimize your retirement paycheck by making wise decisions, brought to you by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE).
The National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE®) appreciates your dedication to your community and wants to make it easy for you to provide assistance to underserved groups on their financial well-being. To aid you, this Web site gives the materials to easily teach courses to a variety of groups.
This site is exactly what it says. It has lesson plans for teachers, tips for families, and fun games for kids of all ages.
The NFCC promotes financially responsible behavior by providing quality financial education and counseling services. This site is recommended for adults that are interested in reducing their debt and repairing their credit.
Need personal help or one-on-one advice?
If you need personal help, contact your credit union.