Money Tactics: The Envelope Budgeting System

Budgeting can be tricky, but there are different tools and tricks you can use, such as the envelope budgeting system. Read more.

States With Financial Literacy Mandates In The Works

A spring 2023 update on which states have implemented financial literacy education mandates, and which are working on it.

Can AI Help You With Your Finances?

Artificial intelligence has hit the mainstream, and fast. But can it be used to help you sort out your finances? Read on to find out.

Teachers: Help Your Students Map Their Money Journey

Learning about money and putting financial skills to work is a lifelong journey. Here’s how to help students get their bearings.

Teachers: Teach Students to Be Smart Consumers

Getting smart with money involves teaching students to be smart consumers. And there are a lot of things to consider when you’re out shopping.

Money Tactics: The “Snowball” Approach

One method of paying down numerous debt balances is called the “snowball” approach. Here’s what it is, and how it works.

An Overview of the Jump$tart National Standards for Personal Finance Education

There are national standards out there for personal finance and financial literacy education. Take a look at the Jump$tart National Standards to get a rundown.

Should You Try a “Spending Blackout?”

If you’re spending is out of control, it may be worth trying a “spending blackout.” Read more about what that is, and how it works.

Teachers: Work Money Lessons Into Other Subjects

There are numerous opportunities to weave money lessons into other subjects during the school day. Here are some examples.

Don’t Miss This Critical 401(k) Change

Recent changes under the Secure Act 2.0 have altered the rules around 401(k) contributions. If you have student loan debt, read on!

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