Financial Education has always been important to the American Century Investments. We believe one of the greatest gifts we can offer is the opportunity for kids and young adults to learn how to achieve financial independence.
Yes, You Can, financial education from American Century Investments, is part of our gift to the community. It's our way of using our expertise in money management to help parents and educators influence the behaviors of children and young adults so they can establish a path towards financial independence.
Yes, You Can is based, in part, on the beliefs of James Stowers, founder of American Century Investments and co-founder, with Virginia Stowers, of the Stowers Institute for Medical Research.
The Yes, You Can Curriculum is a personal finance educational program developed by American Century Investments that puts students in real-life situations where they can apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Yes, You Can Presentations are created from the Yes, You Can curriculum to provide high quality tools to aid facilitator led discussions regarding the concepts needed to achieve financial independence. Inside of our presentations collection, you’ll find information, resources and activities to show your children fundamental financial principles.
Yes, You Can Calculators offer valuable insight into the status of your personal budgeting, spending and debt with our online calculators.
Yes, You Can Quarterly Publication is our newsletter that discusses the advantages of applying fundamental financial principles to your and your children’s lives.
The Yes, You Can Quarterly Publication is our newsletter that discusses the advantages of applying fundamental financial principles to your and your children’s lives.
These free resources focus on helping people understand the essential facts about earning, spending, saving and investing.
Financial Education Manager
American Century Investments
4500 Main Street
Kansas City, MO 64111
Phone: (816) 340-7046
Fax: (816) 340-4816
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