Downloadable Student and Instructor Guides:
Money Management: Cash Flow, SMART Goals, Decision Making, Creating a Spending Plan & Maintaining a Positive Cash Flow
Student Workbook: Money Management
Instructor Guide: Money Management
Borrowing: Using Credit, Credit Costs, Credit Rating, Borrowing Rights & Identity Fraud
Student Workbook: Borrowing
Instructor Guide: Borrowing
Earning Power: Invest in Yourself, Job Benefits and Options, Pay and Taxes, Lifestyle & Plan for Change
Student Workbook: Earning Power
Instructor Guide: Earning Power
Investing: Putting Savings to Work, How Investing Works, Choosing Investments & Investing Strategy
Student Workbook: Investing
Instructor Guide: Investing
Below are links to other credible sites containing financial education material and curriculum for all ages at no cost:
-Florida (Financial Literacy and Consumer Life Skills Taught by Young People)
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You may also search the National JumpStart Coalition Clearinghouse for financial education resources for educators, students and parents.
– Spanish This is FDIC’s Money Smart program and it is in Spanish! They even have webinars coming up on how to present the material (train the trainer) and everything is free…excellent quality for high school and adults.