Author: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants  
  • 360 Degrees of Financial literacy is a national volunteer effort of the nation’s Certified Public Accountants to help Americans understand their personal finances and develop money management skills. It focuses on financial education as a lifelong endeavor—from children learning about the value of money to adults reaching a secure retirement.
Author: National Advisory Committee  
  • Savings tips, strategies, and resources to help build personal wealth.
Author: Bankrate, Inc.  
  • provides free rate information to consumers on more than 300 financial products, including mortgages, credit cards, new and used automobile loans, money market accounts, certificates of deposit, checking and ATM fees, home equity loans and online banking fees.
Author: Employee Benefit Research Institute's Education and Research Fund  
  • Choose to Save national public education and outreach program is dedicated to raising awareness about the need to plan and save for long-term personal financial security.
Author: Cox Media Group  
  • Compilation of all the guides, lists and manuals Clark Howard has created over the years to help you save more, spend less and avoid getting ripped off.
Author: Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection  
  • This section of the FTC website offers practical information on a variety of consumer topics. The information here can help you avoid rip-offs and exercise your consumer rights.
Author: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System  
  • Consumer information on a variety of topics including the new credit card rules and the new overdraft rules for overdraft for debit and ATM cards.
Author: WI Dept. of Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection  
  • Find helpful advice on hundreds of topics - from advertising to telecommunications - written in easy-to-understand language by experts who research and answer consumer questions every day.
Author: GSA Federal Citizen Information Center  
  • File a complaint, be a smart shopper, understand credit, and more.
Author: State of WI Office of the Commissioner of Insurance  
  • Publications concerning insurance for a variety of topics, such as automobile, health, homeowner's, liability, life insurance, credit, etc.
Author: Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection  
  • Credit is much more than a piece of plastic, and the resources on this site can help you become a more savvy consumer. This site also has publications for businesses on credit issues and information on credit-related Rules and Acts enforced by the FTC.
Author: Council for Economic Education  
  • A premier source of classroom tested, Internet-based economic lesson materials for K-12 teachers and their students
Author: ElderLawNet, Inc.  
  • ElderLawAnswers supports seniors, their families and their attorneys in achieving their goals by providing the best information on the Internet about crucial legal issues facing seniors.

Author: Cooperative Extension System  
  • Financial articles and activities related to business, family, farm and ranch, individual, and youth.

Author: Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions (DFI)  
  • 1. This website is a resource guide for educators of youth to link their interest in promoting financial literacy to programs, materials and information. Educators of youth audience are: teachers, education administration, parents, and public/private organizations and individuals who share the financial literacy mission.

    2. This website provides some information, educational games, and websites for students who are seeking to learn more about topics of personal finance, e.g., money management, credit, investing, insurance, etc.
Author: The Center for Financial Studies at Southern New Hampshire University  
  • Eight independent instructional modules and handouts developed by The Center for Financial Studies at Southern New Hampshire University (revised 2010). The modules were developed with high school students in mind, but they are appropriate for anyone seeking information on investing fundamentals.
Author: Wisconsin Educational Communications Board  
  • Videos, lesson plans and other resources for teachers, students and their parents.
Author: Financial Industry Regulatory Authority  
  • FINRA provides a variety of interactive tools that can help you plan your financial future, from getting background information about your broker to using financial calculators.
Author: Fond du Lac Public Library  
  • Search the catalog to find books, audiobooks, DVDs and other materials available at the Fond du Lac Public Library and throughout the neighboring five county system.
Author: Better Business Bureau  
  • Credit and debt basics, credit management, and Earned Income Tax Credit information from the Better Business Bureau.
Author: Washington State Library  
  • Resources on many subjects compiled by the Washington State Library.
Author: National Endowment for Financial Education  
  • Practical advice to get smart about money.
  • Find detailed information through this list of resources related to real estate. Topics include buying a home, selling a home, foreclosure, home inspections, home styles, market facts and trends, investment properties and much more.
  • In our Young Investors section, we'll post articles geared toward the under-30 crowd. So put yourself on the path to a better financial future and tune in here to find out how to get started!
Author: Investing for Kids by ThinkQuest  
  • Basic education to help kids learn about using money to make money.
Author: Investopedia  
  • From stock quotes to investing basics, to planning for retirement, to expert investors, this site has articles, terms and definitions, tutorials, and more.
Author: Investor Protection Trust  
  • The Investor Protection Trust provides independent, objective information to help consumers make informed investment decisions. IPT serves as an independent source of non-commercial investor education materials.
Author: WebFinance Inc.  
  • Learn the basics about stocks, IRA plans, taxes, estate planning, investing, insurance, credit, budgeting, educational planning, family finances, and more.
Author: WebFinance Inc.  
  • believes that every investor, regardless of experience, can benefit from a guide designed to help them sort through all of the investing information on the Internet. Sections that benefit everyone equally are those covering online brokers, stock information, and a comprehensive list of publicly traded companies (including home pages, research, and discussion).
Author: WebFinance Inc.  
  • InvestorWords is the premier financial glossary on the web, helping millions of individuals understand and keep up-to-date with the terms that they need to know in order to succeed in today’s financial world.
Author: Schaumburg Township District Library, IL  
  • Watch short, informational videos on investing in turbulent times, retirement planning, and debt management.
    This is a Smart Investing@your library grant funded resource.
Author: Kiplinger Washington Editors Inc.  
  • Kiplinger is a Washington, D.C.-based publisher of business forecasts and personal finance advice, available in print, online, audio, video and software products.
Author: State Bar of Wisconsin  
  • LegalExplorer brings together the expertise of Wisconsin lawyers to answer commonly asked legal questions about Wisconsin law, written in easy-to-understand language.
Author: U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development  
  • U. S. government program includes opportunities to modify or refinance your mortgage to make your monthly payments more affordable.
Author: Money $cents for ThinkQuest  
  • A comprehensive, student-generated site covering money history and trivia, banks, vocabulary, a scavenger hunt/review quiz, and more.
Author: Wisconsin Educational Communications Board  
  • Research overwhelmingly demonstrates that parent involvement in children’s learning is positively correlated to achievement. This website is designed to support you in this task. Money Moments is part of a larger project called Financial Literacy: TEACH IT!, a resource for teachers designed around Wisconsin’s new Personal Financial Literacy standards.
Author: Financial Industry Regulatory Authority  
  • Moneytopia is an immersive game that helps you learn more about managing your money while having fun. The loftier and more costly your big dream, the longer the game will last. Play the game—or, for a quick overview of different topics, check out the Moneytopia Tutorials.
Author: MorningStar Investment Research Center  
  • Stock and mutual fund quotes, research reports and tools for making informed investing and retirement decisions. Provides current and historical quotes for over 90,000 investments.
Author: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System  
  • Resources from the Federal Reserve System for consumers, small municipalities, housing counselors, and consumer and community groups.
Author: Microsoft  
  • Information on a variety of topics related to personal finance and investing.
Author: National Financial Education Center  
  • Various worksheets, calculators, online games and articles designed to assist you in your efforts to control your personal finances and reach for financial goals.
  • Create an Amortization Chart or use any of the other financial calculators.
Author: U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission  
  • is the federal government’s website that serves as the one-stop shop for federal financial literacy and education programs, grants and other information. is available in English and Spanish.
Author: National Foundation for Credit Counseling  
  • The NFCC promotes the national agenda for financially responsible behavior and builds capacity for its members to deliver the highest quality financial education and counseling services.
Author: VISA  
  • Educators, parents, and students can access free educational resources including personal finance articles, games, lesson plans, and more.
Author: Financial Industry Regulatory Authority  
  •, a free service of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation—helping protect you from investment fraud and providing information to help you confidently handle your finances.
Author: FINRA  
  • Using the Internet, the media and public forums, we help investors build their financial knowledge and provide them with essential tools to better understand the markets and basic principles of saving and investing.
Author: $mart Piggy for ThinkQuest  
  • Are you a teen who wants a job? Do you shop until your money is gone? Are you interested in making, earning, spending, or giving money? Visit this site for 11 - 17 year olds to find REAL information on what to do with their money.
Author: National Endowment for Financial Education  
  • The National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE)is an independent, nonprofit foundation committed to educating Americans on a broad range of financial topics and empowering them to make positive and sound decisions to reach their financial goals.
Author: Soda Media  
  • The Simple Dollar is a place where anyone can come to acquire financial information on finding the best products and services, saving money, making smart investments, and controlling personal finances.
Author: Office of Citizen Services and Communications  
  • Get official information on grants, loans, financial aid, and other benefits from the U.S. government
Author: Wall Street Journal  
  • Current financial news.
    Library receives daily, Monday through Friday.
  • Wisconsin Saves is a statewide initiative devoted to promoting financial awareness and encouraging financial action among people of all economic levels.
Author: Yahoo!  
  • Find the latest news, track stocks, learn more about personal finance, view various retirement and mortgage calculators, and a lot more.
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