Financial Education Online

The following links are additional online resources from organizations all over the world providing informational tools to navigate through your personal finances.

 

Use the links below to explore their websites, educational videos, and other financial education resources.


Sorted is brought to you by the New Zealand Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) which was formerly known as the Commission for Financial Literacy and Retirement Income. They are a small government-funded (but independent) organisation, dedicated to helping New Zealanders manage their personal finances throughout life.

 

Click here to learn more about Sorted.

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The Money Advice Service, an organization from the United Kingdom, offers advice to individuals on how to manage their money. The site provides a diverse set of resources from debt and borrowing to insurance advice.

 

Click here to browse their other resources.

 

The mission of Khan Academy is to provide free education to anyone anywhere. Search financial literacy or financial education on their website to find many related informational resources.

 

Click here to visit the Khan Academy website.

 

Money as You Grow offers 20 essential, age-appropriate financial lessons—with corresponding activities—that kids need to know as they grow. The initiative was a recommendation from the President's Advisory Council on Financial Caprability.

 

Click here to visit the website.