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Online Financial Education Resources
American Financial Solutions
Developed in partnership with the Seattle Community Colleges Television and North Seattle Community College, AFS has created eight personal finance courses that you can be taken online for free, with an option to receive a certificate.
Better Money Habits
Bank of America in partnership with Khan Academy provide an educational series about personal finance designed to help young adults learn about money.
Cents and Sensibility
Developed by the Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation (PATF) in response to a need for tailored financial education in the disability community.
FDIC Money Smart Program
Modules on banking and credit basics, money management, saving, protecting one’s identity and privacy, consumer rights, credit reporting, responsible use of credit cards, using loans and purchasing a home.
Financial Education Partners Program
Offered by the Foundation for Financial Service Professionals and the National MS Society. It provides pro bono financial planning and education to individuals with special health or financial circumstances.
Hands on Banking
A public service offered by Wells Fargo, Hands on Banking offers resources and financial articles about money management and other personal finance issues.