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FINRA Financial Capability Study

FINRA Foundation has created a new website with state-by-state data about financial capability that allows comparisons to nation, regional and other state samples.

FINRA Investor Education Foundation Modules

Take advantage of these FINRA Investor Education Foundation investor education content modules to develop your programs. They’re proven, authoritative, unbiased and free.

Money As You Grow

Money As You Grow: Twenty Things Kids Need to Know was compiled by experts using existing national guidelines to give age-appropriate lessons that kids need to know.

FINRA Powerlinks

Using PowerLinks on your Web site allows you to integrate up-to-date content directly into your existing Web pages.
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Financial Planning Opportunities for People of All Incomes

Use this handbook developed by the Multnomah County Public Library, to find websites and agencies that help you manage your money.
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Money Smart Week

April 5-12, 2014. ALA’s role in Money Smart Week is growing as more libraries participate in the expansion of this national partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.

This consumer website features unbiased financial tools for military families, the fraud center and much more.

FINRA Investor Alerts

FINRA develops Investor Alerts to educate investors about important and timely investing issues. These will be delivered automatically to your feed reader or news service (like Google News, Yahoo or NetNewsWire).
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Five Dos and Don’ts That Can Help You Achieve Greater Financial Security

With the unemployment rate slowly falling, many Americans are facing a healthier job market and trying to get their financial lives back on track. These five tips developed by the FINRA Foundation help consumers both manage their day-to-day financial challenges and build a brighter financial future in 2014.
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Alcance mas con su dinero or Get more for your money

A massive marketing effort created buzz for this Spanish and English language series prepared by the Orange County Public Library, FL.

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Two Teens and a Credit Card

Insert this ready-made and effective program in your line-up of teen programs. The script, from the University of Illinois Cooperative Extension is guaranteed to get attention.
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Financial Education Resources

Use these financial literacy websites as resource lists. National organizations can also be a source of local speakers and materials.
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Taylor and Tyler

Watch these animated adventures of twins, Taylor and Tyler as they learn about financial knowledge and skills that are critical to future success.
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Kids and Money Resources

Review this list of free activity sheets, coloring books and more from Federal Reserve Banks and other unbiased sources.
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English and Spanish Personal Finance e-guide

The Orange County Public Library, FL created this interactive e-guide in English and Spanish because they wanted to get the course content online to make it sustainable.

Financial Literacy Education in Libraries: Guidelines and Best Practices for Services

These guidelines and best practices were created to encourage financial literacy education in libraries nationwide, and also standardize the content and delivery of financial literacy education programming and services in libraries. They demonstrate a commitment to ensure that patrons in libraries of all types have access to effective and efficient personal finance reference services and unbiased financial educational programming.