CashCourse® is student’s real-life guide to taking charge of their money. CashCourse’s online personal finance tools help college students build real-life-ready financial skills. Students at more than 900 colleges and universities across the country use CashCourse, because it’s easy to use, has no commercial ties and is free!
If you are a college or university and want more information about enrolling in CashCourse, visit http://info.cashcourse.org.
If you are a student or nonprofit organization, you can start using CashCourse today by going directly to www.cashcourse.org and creating your own account.
The Life Values Quiz is based on academic research and reveals what’s behind a person’s financial decisions. Use this tool to learn what influences and motivates your audiences’ financial decision making and then tailor your teaching to reflect their values.
My Retirement Paycheck is a one-stop spot for information about retirement decisions. The site outlines a full range of interrelated decision areas and shows people how to stretch their retirement income, regardless of how much they’ve saved.
The NEFE Financial Education Evaluation Toolkit is an innovative measurement tool that helps you measure the effectiveness of financial education programs. With this tool, you can customize pre- and post-teaching surveys to maximize your audience’s learning.
NEFE's High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFPP) is a free turnkey financial literacy program specifically focused on basic personal finance skills that are relevant to the lives of teens in Grades 8-12.
On Your Own is a blog created to help people who are just starting out on their own financially. From lessons learned with real people and interviews with experts to money tips, strategies, and options, On Your Own supports young people on their paths to financial independence.
Looking to increase employee participation in your retirement plan? NEFE’s Retirement TLC can help your HR department achieve this goal! Based on research conducted at Dartmouth College and funded by NEFE, the toolkit includes multiple resources to help your HR department increase employee participation, including fliers and videos.
Smart About Money is a free unbiased resource where you can find in-depth personal finance courses, articles, calculators and tips to help you manage your money through life's ups and downs.
The Spendster YouTube channel is a safe haven for you to clear the air about what's cluttering your life or draining your wallet. Share a YouTube video about your unbreakable spending habit and see what others have to say. Spendster will help you identify your spending downfalls and get your spending habits back on track.