Make teaching money management skills as simple as 1-2-3. Designed to teach valuable financial skills, the Hands on Banking® program offers free online courses, lessons and activities that will help you guide students through real-life scenarios and group discussions. And all without any endorsements or advertising.
Includes courses & lesson plans for elementary, middle & high school.
Pigly is a free & ad-free resource for all ages and all things related to personal finance. The plethora of different calculators make running the numbers fun and simple, aiding in making smart financial decisions.
Life is full of tough financial decisions. From budgeting decisions to major home purchases, we make money choices every day. But we often make these decisions in the dark, not knowing if we are making the best decisions for what we need. This is because personal finance education isn't prioritized in our public education system, but people are still needing to be make impactful life decisions. MoneyGeek was started in 2016 to make personal finance more approachable and accessible - so anyone can be a "geek" when it comes to personal finances.
Calculators are the backbone of financial planning. With the right calculator, you can plan to send a child to college or have enough funds to retire early. Check out calculators with a variety of functions to help you meet the needs you have at every stage of your life, from grade school to the cusp of retirement.
It’s never too early to learn how to manage money. Keeping track of where you spend your money and how much you earn teaches you to save up and set goals. Learning to budget is an important skill to have. Calculators include: Personal Loan, Budget, Debt Consolidation, College Financial Aid, Auto Loan, Retirement Savings and a whole list of Calculators for Kids!
Free online financial education courses through instructor assignments or self-study
Customizable financial tools such as worksheets, a Budget Wizard, quizzes and calculators
A personal dashboard to track your progress
Articles and resources on topics that students can relate to
A guide to real-life money questions
To help students take control of their financial futures. No cost, no catch, no hidden agenda.
The Balance makes personal finance easy to understand. It is home to experts who provide clear, practical advice on managing your money. Whether you’re looking to invest, buy a home, save for retirement, or achieve another financial goal, The Balance’s 20-year-strong library of more than 9,000 pieces of content will answer your questions with straightforward personal financial advice.