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Financial Literacy Resources

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360 Degrees of Financial Literacy

For many students college is a time of newfound freedom. But out-of-control spending can be a trap. Basic money management skills learned now, including living within a budget and successfully handling credit and debt, can lead to a lifetime of financial liberation.

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When you’re a student it can feel like money is always tight. You’ve got bills, rent, and tuition to pay, and you want to have enough money for fun, too. So how can you stay on the path to a bright financial future while making your money count today? CashCourse is your take-charge guide, offering online personal finance tools to build real-life financial skills.

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Credit Card Insider

College is a time of many important firsts, including student loans and credit cards. Both are crucial to a stellar financial reputation. Loans are an opportunity to begin building credit history. Responsible credit card use demonstrates your ability to manage debt. It’s essential to be smart and proactive from the beginning. Find out how credit works and how to make it work for you.

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Financial Avenue

Financial Avenue online learning environment empowers students and their families with budgeting tools, money management courses, and financial literacy materials to use and share. Understanding paychecks, contracts, credit history, and how to pay for college are among relevant topics that focus on financial literacy and default prevention services.

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iGrad Financial Literacy HQ

Games, calculators and tools help you understand and manage student loans, credit card debt, home buying, investment, taxes, credit reports, identity theft, and more.

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MoneyGeek — Smarter financial decisions

Explanations on money topics that go deep enough but don’t feel like reading a dry textbook. Step-by-step instructions and checklists. Calculators that actually tell you what’s going on with the numbers in plain English. Questions answered by industry experts. Quickly figure out what’s best for your financial life, without muss or stress.

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Practical Money Skills

Visa partnered with leading advocates, educators, and financial institutions to develop the Practical Money Skills program. At and, consumers, educators, parents, students and policymakers can access educational resources, including personal finance articles, games, and lesson plans.

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SALT Money Knowledge for College and Beyond

SALT makes it simple to take control of your finances, helping college students and alums live well today while planning for tomorrow through tools including “Know What You Owe,” ebooks and other resources customized by your status now and what you want to achieve in the future.