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Learning Links

Now is the right time for kids of all ages to get in the habit of saving to ensure a successful financial future. The links below have a “wealth” of information about saving and all kinds information about managing money – many in fun, activity-filled formats.

Something for Everyone:

Identity Theft Resources

The Federal Trade Commission offers a series of online materials to help prevent identity theft and to help victims of identity theft.

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Social Security Statement Online

The Social Security Administration now offers workers and retirees information about their Social Security earnings and benefits online.

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360 Degrees of Financial Literacy

Something for all ages.

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Practical Money Skills for Life™

Lots of information for all ages: activities, quizzes, articles.

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US Small Business Administration

Your Small Business resource.

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Your trusted source for financial information.

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For the Younger Set:

Econ Explorers

This curriculum helps set elementary school age children on the path towards economic and financial understanding.

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H.I.P. Pocket Change

Ages 6-12: Learn about coins and their history.

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Tweens & Up:

The Mint

Tweens, Teens & Parents: Broad range of topics from budgeting to saving and what you can expect to earn with a college education versus a high school education.

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Sense & Dollars

Tweens & Up: Money management tools.

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Teenagers & Up:

Money Management for Youth

The FDIC provides useful information on teaching young people to manage and save their money.

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