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By Jared Davidove, Intuit

Intuit is a global technology platform that helps our customers and communities overcome their most important financial challenges. Serving approximately 100 million customers worldwide with TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint Credit Karma, and Mailchimp we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to prosper. We never stop working to find new, innovative ways to make that possible.

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Many students in underserved and underrepresented communities are combating equity in entrepreneurship and wage gaps. Intuit is laying the groundwork for future prosperity by bringing real-world tools like Mint, TurboTax, and QuickBooks into the classroom for free, in addition to offering courses on design thinking and providing guided simulations and curricula to help students develop personal finance and entrepreneurial skills.

Teachers today are working harder than ever to adhere to the demands of administrators, communities, new personal finance graduation requirements, and parents while dedicating countless hours outside of the classroom to ensure every student is successful. Intuit’s education simulations and resources are designed and optimized to be taught in any environment–in an instructor-led, physical classroom or virtual.

With step-by-step instructions, teacher resources, and much more, it’s easy to integrate real-world tools into your classroom, regardless of your teaching situation heading back to school this fall.

●      TurboTax Simulation: Gone are the days of teaching taxes with pen and paper. Students can now practice filing taxes with one of our five pre-selected personas from any state in our new online TurboTax simulation. They will learn what it’s like to file taxes as a part-time student, college student, gig economy worker, crypto investor, and more. Support and prepare your students for their futures and start alleviating future tax day anxiety now! Check out the TurboTax simulation.

●      Mint Simulation: Teach students how to create budgets, understand and build their credit scores, compare credit cards, analyze spending behaviors, and create financial goals in engaging and relevant ways using our new Mint simulation and teacher toolkit. Not sure where to start? Check out our new Financial Literacy Foundations course, where students can review finance basics at their own pace, at home or in the classroom.

●      QuickBooks Online: Building a base of accounting and bookkeeping skills allows students to build in-demand skills and prepare for their futures as entrepreneurs or accountants. With the QuickBooks Educator portal, educators can easily manage their students’ businesses, track their progress, and access additional levels of curricula all year long. Sign up for QuickBooks Online.

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Jared Davidove, Intuit

This month’s financial principle is “Back-to-School Shopping.” As some of our nation’s students have gone back to the classroom, some are returning before, and after the Labor Day holiday, caregivers are in the throes of spending. This is an opportune time to remind both caregivers and students about the Jumpstart Clearinghouse. The Clearinghouse hosts great resources for budget and spending.

TIP: While shopping, involve your students in the process. Share the total budget, compare prices, and allow them to do the tallying to monitor the risk of overspending. Experience is a great teacher. However, financial education resources are a great supplement. For additional resources, visit Jumpstart’s Clearinghouse here.