Financial Planning Resources
What tools and resources are available to support or assist people in improving their personal finances? Here are a few to check out and add to your resource lists.
Financial Capability Education: Learning = Power = Independence
The purpose of this personal money management program is to provide you with the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge in order to plan for your financial well-being. “Make Your Money Talk” is a three session personal finance program covering economic and financial education.
As a statewide organization, WWBIC works with both women and men by offering relevant business classes, business loans up to $100,000, assistance with your personal financial management, and connections to people who can make things happen.
Free noncommercial curriculum, lesson plans, and books to teach teens personal finance skills available to schools, communities and youth organizations
Strong financial knowledge and skills are critical to future success. Down the road, when today's teens head off to college or begin careers, they will face choices and responsibilities that will have long-term effects on their financial futures. They must be prepared to make wise decisions about earning and spending, credit and budgeting, and saving and investing.
This site provides tools to help parents as well as educators teach children to manage money wisely and develop good financial habits: the building blocks for a secure future. Given the current rate of savings and debt in America, this is a lesson that desperately needs to be learned.
At Feed the Pig, you’ll find helpful tools, articles, tons of tips and other resources to help you on your path to financial stability. We’ll help you think through your spending and saving habits, identify ways you can start saving and commit to making changes that will reduce your debt and grow your savings.
GreenPath's goal is to help you achieve your financial goals and begin enjoying a better quality of life.
It all started when Marchale Burton overheard Alabama cooperative extension colleague Isaac Chappelle, coordinator of Alabama Saves, explaining how saving just a little bit - even change - is all it takes to become a saver. "I thought about that," Burton said, "and wanted to see if it would work."
Summer is supposed to be the time of sunny days and warm nights. Instead, most American adults equate summer with financial anxiety, according to a new telephone survey conducted for the AICPA by Harris Poll. The costs of summer are stressful for everyone.
Get rewarded for your savings, not your spending. A revolutionary free rewards program to help people save money and get out of debt.
Wisconsin Saves is a statewide initiative devoted to promoting financial awareness and encouraging financial action among people of all economic levels. Through resources and access to diverse products, Wisconsin Saves believes that anyone can build wealth by developing positive spending and saving habits.