Feel good financially by making use of free money resources! Learn how to manage debt, save money, and maintain financial wellness. We’ve got resources for people of all ages and financial situations.

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free financial resources

Do It Yourself Debt Management

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How to pay off credit card debt. A quick and easy guide to managing your credit cards more effectively. 

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Take charge of your student loans. Learn how to manage and plan out the payment process.

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Break the cycle of payday loans. A guide about getting back on track and away from payday loans. 

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A step-by-step guide to collections calls. What to do and how to handle situations when creditors contact you directly. 

Saving Money Guides

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Saving Money: The Ultimate Guide

Learn from the ground up how to be a savvy saver with this ultimate guide to building your savings fund. 

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How To Build An Emergency Savings Fund

Be prepared! It’s hard to know how much you need for the unforeseen. But here’s a guide to get you started.¬†

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Fifty-Two Week Savings Challenge

We’ve broken down the year into an easy-to-follow schedule. Build a strong savings account one week at a time!

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Quotes About Saving Money

Don’t just take it from us. Here are plenty of other voices to get your drive for personal finance.¬†

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Financial Terms Glossary

An easy to understand list of important terms in personal finance. Helping you learn more in one simple place. 

Relationships & Money

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The Couple's Weekly Huddle

Have a plan and communicate. A guide to staying on the same page with your significant other. 

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Raising A Financially Empowered Generation

Teaching the importance of personal finance is essential. Here’s a guide to show you what to teach the younger generation.¬†

Young Children & Teens

It’s never too early to teach children about money. Use our free resources to teach your children, kids in your church group, teens in your scouting program, and others the basics of earning, saving, and wisely spending money.¬†

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My Life My Choices: A Game of Choices & Consequences

Award winning financial education course. Teaching individuals the importance of choosing the right financial priorities through virtual experiences. 

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Who Wants To Live Like A Millionaire

Have the chance to have it all. A free financial course that shows if you have what it takes to become and remain as a millionaire. 

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Spending By Color

A personality test that identifies your spending habits by labeling them through color. 

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Berenstain Bears: Trouble With Money

Read to your students, “Trouble with Money” currently available in SW Idaho. Also available online through an interactive video.¬†

Find free lesson plans for the classroom such as handouts, PowerPoints, and resources for teaching financial capability in your classroom. 

Living on Life’s Money Pie (Teacher Packet includes instructions, worksheet & cards)

Money Flashcards

Free US Currency Flashcards

Use these free downloadable & printable 3 x 5 cards to teach your children, or students, what American currency looks like and each coin and dollar’s value. Include flashcards designed to help students learn how to add and subtract currency.¬†

Download Free Printable US Currency Flashcards

  • United States Coins Series
  • Coins, Dollars, Addition & Subtraction
  • 3 x 5 Printable Flashcards
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Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, Half-Dollar, and Dollar

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One Dollar, Five Dollars, Ten Dollars, Twenty Dollars, Fifty Dollars, and One Hundred Dollars. 

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Adding & Subtracting US Currency Flashcards

Practice adding and subtracting cents and dollars. 

$1k Scholarship

We offer ONE award, randomly drawn, which is available to all United States citizens or legal residents, who reside in the United States, who are students no older than 20 years of age and no younger than 16 years of age as of the end of the Scholarship Contest Period and who (1) attend school in the United States, and (2) who are in grades 9 -12 or are enrolled in Freshman or Sophomore years in college that are attending public, private, religious, or charter schools, or (3) are enrolled in a GED or correspondence school program, or (4) are attending a home school program. 

The application consists of 20 multiple choice questions about the student’s opinion and knowledge of personal finance issues. The winner is selected by a random drawing of all applicants. Applicant answers do not affect the applicants’ chances of winning.¬†

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free financial resources

Financial Wellness For Businesses and Organizations

A financially stable employee is a more productive and engaged employee. Take advantage of our free financial wellness program to support your employees, your staff, soldiers and sailors, your residents, and others you work with. Money Fit Financial Wellness includes a free web portal for your organization, flyers, posters, and access to Lunch and Learn workshops, among other resources, plus steep discounts to our debt management program, student loan counseling, and other services. 

Total Financial Education
Participants Since 1988 = 113,409

We’re excited to have recently surpassed over 100,000 total participants! We invite you to join in getting Money Fit through our free and highly practical personal finance workshops, webinars, tools and programs! Attend one of our free financial education programs and be one of the thousands that commit to living Money Fit!¬†

Resources Blog Posts

Find important answers, advice, and analysis to a wide range of personal finance topics in our Money Motivations blog.

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