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Who We Are

Money Experience is an educational technology company addressing the need for personal finance education among young people and adults. With communities of all ages facing increasing financial challenges, it’s more important than ever to understand how money works, and how to make it work for each of us – no matter our ambitions or personal measures of success.

Our mission is to offer an effective and accessible financial literacy platform that helps users of all ages and backgrounds learn about money, plan their futures, and manage toward their goals.

Money Experience’s financial education programs use an online simulator and integrated graphic novel to walk users through the arc of life’s different moments and present a variety of choices that help demonstrate how each decision can impact one’s financial future.


What We Offer

COVID-19 has made virtual education a trending topic, but implementing programs that actually engage young people in a virtual setting takes more than just hitting ‘publish’ on a web page. Effective financial education in a virtual setting is currently our top priority.

We’re working to make digital implementation easy and high-engagement a given. With digital signup, cohort selection, and flexible implementation style options, Money Experience is providing extensive resources to organizations to ensure they get the most out of their digital financial literacy programming.

What’s New

Our recent data, collected during Financial Literacy Month, shows a significant shift in financial priorities among young adults as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. When planning for their futures, Gen Zers are making their health a financial priority.

In simulations completed during the month of April, users made health a top three priority during every stage of life. Family was the other consistent top three financial priority for users in every stage of life.

Schools, nonprofits, and financial institutions took advantage of our free resource during Financial Literacy Month. It was interesting, though not entirely surprising, to see the shifting priorities among users. Health isn’t typically a financial concern for young people, but the pandemic has created an overwhelming sense of uncertainty that is quickly transforming their way of thinking. As the COVID-19 pandemic persists and changes the way we all are approaching our lives, Money Experience is helping clients continue to learn about and keep up with how their users are visualizing their futures.

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