Published: 2/25/2020 12:43:57 PM
Most of us need to improve our financial literacy, especially if we’re teaching kids. These resources are a great place to build your knowledge and learn more about how to talk to your children about money.
The National Endowment For Financial Education has resources for adults and kids who want to increase their financial literacy, as well as research about the importance of being financially literate. nefe.org
The Jump$tart Coalition is a national nonprofit that advocates for teaching financial literacy in schools. It compiles information on how finances are taught in schools and has resources for parents and teachers about financial topics and advocating for more focus on finances in school. nhjumpstart.org and vermontjumpstart.wordpress.com.
The Office’s Financial Literacy page has basic information, state-specific resources, and reports on efforts to improve financial literacy among Vermonters. Be sure to visit the page “Just For Parents and Kids” for kid-centric information. vermonttreasurer.gov/content/financial-literacy.
Banzai is a national tech platform used to teach financial literacy. On the this site you can learn topics including saving for college and talking to kids about money. mascomabank.learnbanzai.com.
The Federal Financial Literacy and Education Commission maintains a list of links to resources from how money is made to how to set a budget. mymoney.gov/Pages/for-youth.aspx.
— Compiled by Kelly Burch