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Financial Literacy


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Educational Resources from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco provides websites, books, and newsletters about dozens of topics -- economics, economic trends, the Federal Reserve system, U.S. monetary policy, great economists, and personal...  (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, supported by The Federal Reserve )
Money Smart is a financial education program that helps youth (ages 12-20) and adults (in 7 languages) learn the basics of handling their money and finances. Topics include setting financial...  (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)
MyMoney.gov is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you're buying a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your...  (Multiple Agencies)
Start Smart: Money Management for Teens tells how teenagers can save and earn money, decide where to keep it, spend it wisely, protect against identity theft, be charitable, and get help about money matters. Take an online...  (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)
National Council on Economic Education links to hundreds of lessons related to financial literacy. The council is a nationwide network that aims to help students develop the real-life skills needed for success as...  (National Council on Economic Education, supported by Department of Education)
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission: Teachers and Students offers tips, fact sheets, and online tools for learning about the basics of saving and investing, helping students understand the importance of planning for their financial future, and...  (Securities and Exchange Commission)
Consumer Action Handbook provides advice and consumer tips on such topics as cars, shopping from home, avoiding consumer and investment fraud, home improvement and financing, and credit cards. Also included...  (General Services Administration)
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