Financial Literacy Resources
Financial Literacy Articles
Looking for something interesting to read about financial literacy? Check out our article section. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, be sure to visit our blog. We always give you great information to think about.
Just some fun financial education links we like for kids, parents and teachers.
Financial Literacy Books, Games and more.
Language of Money
The Language of Money is all the terminology used to understand and use money wisely. We use it as individual words in our Camp Millionaire programs.
Financial Literacy (Wealth) Principles
All financially free, wealth, rich people are financially free, wealth and rich because they all follow the same time-tested financial principles. We developed 30 Creative Wealth Principles (aka Rules to The Money Game) that we use in our programs. We think you’ll enjoy them!
The Money Jars
An incredibly simple way to teach the idea that your money has more than one job. If kids (and adults) Learning how to allocate your financial resources properly is one of the first steps toward creating financial security. Teaching kids to do this early creates a lifelong money habit they will never forgot!
Nonprofit Financial Literacy Grant Resources
Visit our nonprofit partner to see the largest listing of financial literacy grant sources available on the web in one place.
Financial Education Teleseminars
We’ve done numerous teleseminars over the years on financial literacy and financial matters you might enjoy.
Debt.org is America’s Debt Help Organization
Serving the public with authoritative information on a broad range of topics related to financial well-being including debt settlement, debt management, and budgeting.
U.S. Dept. of Teasury Financial Literacy and Education Commission
The Financial Literacy and Education Commission was established under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003. The Commission was tasked to develop a national financial education web site (MyMoney.gov) along with a hotline (1-888-My Money) and a national strategy on financial education.