Learn Personal Finance


We have 7 resources for learning Personal Finance including educational Online Classes, Websites, and Games, from providers such as Khan Academy, Network Concierge Services, McMaster University, and US Department of Education.


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Finance for Everyone Capstone Project


7th - College | Online class

Each course in F4E offers key insights and knowledge you will be able to apply in real-life situations. You’ll test drive those insights through activities and assessments that will influence your...

Free

Housing


High School - College | Online class

Is it always better to buy than rent? What if home prices go up dramatically and rents don’t? How can we compare home prices to rents to figure out what to do. This older tutorial (low-res, bad...

Free

Investment vehicles, insurance, and retirement


High School - College | Online class

Let your money travel through time! Investment vehicles let your spend money now to get more money later (they usually have nothing to do with cars). Insurance is a way of spending money now to...

$30 yearly

Personal Finance for Teens


9th - High School | Online resource

Personal Finance for Teens is a teacher-directed interactive course of study covering financial literacy skills. Topics include banking, budgets, credit cards, debt management, taxes, investing,...

Free

Planning your Wealth over a 5 year Horizon


College | Online class

In this Capstone project, you will have to choose between three different characters (each with a unique set of financial constraints and objectives) and design an appropriate wealth plan for them...

Free

Sense and Dollars


5th - High School | Online resource

A website from the US Department of Education that uses games to teach financial literacy. Kids can learn how much they will have to work to earn the money for something, how to do a budget, etc.

Free

Taxes


High School - College | Online class

Benjamin Franklin (and several other writers/philosophers) tells us that “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” He’s right. This tutorial focus on personal...

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