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  • Investor.gov is designed to teach people how to make sound investment decisions and avoid fraud.
    • FREE
    • Online Learning, Website
    • Adult Consumer, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Bonds, Compound Interest, Diversification, Financial Advisors, Financial Information, Fraud, Information Sources, Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Terms, Markets, Stock And Bond, Mutual Funds, Online, Risk, Risk Management, Stock Markets, Stocks
  • THE BASICS OF SAVING AND INVESTING is a teaching guide for use in high school, college and adult education settings. The four units are: Getting Started, Introduction to Financial Markets, Making an Investment Plan, and Investment Fraud. Design...
    • FREE
    • Audio/Video, Downloadable Resources, Teaching Guide (Multiple Topics), Website
    • Adult Consumer, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Bonds, Diversification, Dollar Cost Averaging, Earning, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Financial Advisors, Financial Decision Making, Financial Information, Financial Plan, Fraud, Governement Goods And Services, Interest, Investments, Mutual Funds, Risk, Rule Of 72, Stocks, Taxes On Investments, Time Value Of Money
  • A primer to help students get started on a long-term financial plan.
    • FREE
    • Booklet/Pamphlet, Downloadable Resources
    • 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Bonds, Compound Interest, Diversification, Dividends, Earnings, Emergency Fund, Financial Goals, Interest, Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Terms, Markets, Stock And Bond, Mutual Funds, Rate Of Return, Saving, Stocks
    • FREE
    • Booklet/Pamphlet
    • 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Annuities, Financial Advisors, Investments, Markets, Stock And Bond, Mutual Funds
  • THE YOUNG INVESTOR is a book (116 pages) that gives practical advice about investing money. It provides students with information about money, saving, financial institutions, and the market as a whole. Included throughout the book is a real-life ...
    • $14.95
    • Book
    • 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade
    • Annuities, Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bonds, Budget, Credit, Dividends, Earnings, Economics, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Institutions, Interest, Interest Rate, Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money Behavior, Mutual Funds, Saving, Savings Account, Stock Markets, Stocks
  • Bulls & Bears Online is a gamified course that teaches the basics of economics and personal finance. Suitable for ages 14+ and no prior knowledge required.
    • FREE
    • Audio/Video, Game/Toy, Teaching Guide (Multiple Topics)
    • 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
    • Alternatives And Consequences, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Banking, Bonds, Borrowing, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Careers, Checking Account, Children And Money, Coins, College Costs, Comparison Shopping, Compound Interest, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Laws, Credit Problems, Credit Sources, Creditworthiness, Currency, Current And Future Insurance Needs, Debit Card, Debt, Debt Management, Diversification, Dividends, Dollar Cost Averaging, Earning, Earnings, Economics, Education, Emergency Fund, Employee Benefits, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Entrepreneur, Financial Advisors, Financial Communication, Financial Decision Making, Financial Institutions, Giving, Government Regulation, Health Insurance, Housing, Income, Income Sources, Income Tax, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Inflation, Insurance, Insurance Policy, Interest, Interest Earned, Interest On Loans, Interest Rate, Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Jobs, Liability Insurance, Life And Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Life Skills, Lifestyle, Loans, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money History, Money Management, Money Math, Monitoring Investment Performance, Mortgages, Mutual Funds, Net Worth, Online, Opportunity Cost, Property Insurance, Purchase Decisions, Rate Of Return, Retirement Fund, Retirement Planning, Risk, Risk Management, Saving, Savings Account, Service, Social Security, Spending, Stock Markets, Stocks, Student Loans, Talents And Interests, Taxes, Time Value Of Money, Wages And Salary
  • BECOMING MONEY $MART (aka Smart) is a textbook about how to become financially capable and understand basic concepts such as how to make, spend, and save money. Topics include managing credit, buying a car, renting an apartment, and college fundi...
    • $50.00
    • Textbook
    • 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Alternatives And Consequences, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile, Automobile Insurance, Automobile Loan, Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bankruptcy, Bill Paying Method, Bill Payment, Bonds, Borrowing, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Cash Flow, Checking Account, Coins, College Costs, Compound Interest, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Counseling, Credit Problems, Credit Report, Credit Rights, Credit Score, Credit Sources, Creditworthiness, Debit Card, Debt, Debt Collection, Debt Management, Disability Insurance, Diversification, Dividends, Earning, Earnings, Education, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Entrepreneur, Ethical Behavior, Expenses, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Financial Responsibility, Financial Tasks, Fraud, Giving, Governement Goods And Services, Government Regulation, Health Insurance, Housing, Identity Theft, Income, Income Sources, Individual Responsibility, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Information Sources, Insurance, Insurance Policy, Interest, Interest Rate, Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Jobs, Leasing, Liability Insurance, Life Insurance, Lifestyle, Loans, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money Management, Money Math, Mortgages, Mutual Funds, Net Worth, Payment Methods, Property Insurance, Rate Of Return, Real Estate, Renter Insurance, Risk Management, Rule Of 72, Saving, Savings Account, Social Security, Spending, Stock Markets, Stocks, Take-Home Pay, Taxes, Taxes On Investments, Time Value Of Money, Wages And Salary, Wants And Needs
  • To end up where you want to be, you need a financial plan. Here are some important steps to help you define and meet your financial goals.
    • FREE
    • Booklet/Pamphlet, Website
    • Adult Consumer, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Compound Interest, Credit Costs, Diversification, Financial Goals, Goals, Investment Terms, Saving
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