Learn how to get your finances in order and save with these comprehensive financial resources from our trusted partners.
This central site allows you to request a free credit file disclosure, commonly called a credit report, once every 12 months from each of the nationwide consumer credit reporting companies: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion.
Use this site to find out everything you need to know about your FICO score. *fees may be included with trial period, read fine print*
What’s My Score
Everything you need to know about your credit score presented to you in interactive money guides, downloads, blogs and games.
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy is a FREE program of the nation’s certified public accountants to help American’s understand their personal finances through every stage of life.
BB&T Learn and Plan
Are you working on a home budget? Buying a car? Looking for ways to pay down your debt or improve the value of your home? Make informed choices with our financial planning calculators. Increase your knowledge with our educational articles, podcasts and videos.
Building Credit for Students
A student’s guide to building credit.
Find resources provided by the FDIC to educate and protect consumers, revitalize communities, and promote compliance with the Community Reinvestment Act and fair lending laws.
As a consumer, it pays to be smart when choosing and using a credit card. This site–maintained by the Federal Reserve Board, whose goal is to protect the credit rights of consumers–provides a basic guide to navigating the credit card process.
Feed The Pig
Follow Benjamin Bankes as he encourages you to enhance your financial stability by featuring saving tips on Podcasts, videos and Blogs.
Financial Planning Association
A community of financial planning experts ready to help you.
My Money Check Up
From the National Credit Counseling Foundation -Answer a few simple questions, and we help you understand how your finances are doing, where you can improve, and what you can do in the future.
MyMoney.gov is the U.S. government’s website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you are buying a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401(k), the resources on MyMoney.gov can help you maximize your financial decisions.
Practical Money Skills
At www.practicalmoneyskills.com and www.whatsmyscore.org, educators, parents, and students can access free educational resources including personal finance articles, games, lesson plans, and more.
Better Money Habits
Powered by Bank of America in partnership with Khan Academy
“Learn what you like. Connect with what you want. Achieve what you need. Suggest what comes next.”
Library of Personal Finance
The nation’s only collection of permanent books, texts, education programs and games pertaining to financial literacy education.
Whether you’re interested in developing a workable spending and savings plan, getting out of debt, understanding and improving your credit report, buying a home, or planning for your financial future, your credit union or employee assistance program wants to help. That’s why they’ve provided access to free and confidential financial counseling and education through BALANCE.
FDIC Money Smart
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) recognizes the importance of financial education, particularly for those with little or no banking experience. In 2001, the FDIC started a national financial education curriculum by launching Money Smart, a comprehensive financial education curriculum designed to help low- and moderate-income individuals outside the financial mainstream enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships.
Wells Fargo Hands On Banking
Want to take charge of your own finances and reach your goals? Just pick your age group and get started! Whether you want to build your credit, your investments, or your own small business; invest in the market, a home, or higher education; shop for a loan, buy a car, or open your first bank accounts, the Hands on Banking program offers all the basic money tools, skills, and information you need.
Financial Entertainment is a fun, innovative way to learn about personal finances through game play. The world is complicated enough, but getting the know-how and skills to manage your personal finances doesn’t have to be!
Give your financial knowledge a workout with the new Financial Football, a fast-paced, NFL-themed video game developed by Visa. Test your money management skills by answering financial questions that allow you to move down the field and score touchdowns. Are you warmed up and ready to compete?
Choose to Save
Learn how to plan for retirement, manage your debt, effectively budget, talk to your kids about money and much more.
PowerPay will give you the tools to develop a personalized, self-directed debt elimination plan. Discover how quickly you can become debt free, and how much you can save in interest costs by following your debt reduction plan. Utah State University Extension is pleased to provide this debt management tool without any cost to consumers worldwide.
Online budgeting that is kid-friendly and fun for the whole family.
Say Hello to More Money. We boost the wealth of our members by managing and improving their everyday finances in a trustworthy, comfortable, and private environment.
Mint brings all your financial accounts together online or on your mobile device, automatically categorizes your transactions, lets you set budgets and helps you achieve your savings goals.
Tempted to buy something you probably could do without? Use the mojo! Take out your phone and text or tweet piggymojo to save the money instead.