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Are you thinking about going to college? Interested in buying a car? It may be time to start thinking about how you'll finance your future goals! Use the educational and fun resources below to learn how to set financial goals, manage your money, and invest in your future. In the Web Links section, you'll find some fun games that will teach you about smart money management. Make sure you're prepared for your future and start saving early!
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Educational GamesCon 'em If You Can - FINRA
Learn first-hand about the types of persuasion tactics used to perpetrate financial fraud, so that you’ll be better able to defend against them.
Gen i Revolution - Personal Finance Game
This online game gives you the chance to learn important personal finance skills as you play and compete against fellow young adults.
Moneytopia - FINRA
In this online game your goal is to successfully manage your money throughout life, until you finally achieve your Big Dream.
Web LinksLove Your Money
Access online courses to learn basic principles and techniques for money managment and investing.
Free financial tools, calculators, and resources to simplify choices for your money and your future.
FDIC Teen Money Smart
Age-appropriate curriculums that are designed to promote financial understanding in young people.
FINRA - Con 'em If You Can
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Money Smart Week
Access more games and other great resources for managing your money.
My Credit Union.gov
Whether your planning on buying a car or planning for college find many of the tools and resources you need here to start planning.
The Money $marts Exhibit and corresponding events are made possible by a grant from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation through Smart investing@your library®, a partnership with the American Library Association.