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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 goals, saving money, choosing a checking account, making a credit card work for you, paying for college and cars, making decisions about apartments and mortgages, and more. A computer-based version and podcasts are available. (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)

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The Money Smart for Adults curriculum consists of eleven training modules that cover basic financial topics. Topics include a description of deposit and credit services offered by financial institutions, choosing and maintaining a checking account, spending plans, the importance of saving, how to obtain and use credit effectively, and the basics of building or repairing credit.
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Money Smart for Young Adults


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