Financial Literacy Resources

What does the Financial Literacy represent?

Financial institutions, nonprofits, and human service agencies increase their focus on the importance of financial literacy through events, programs, and counseling. The goal goes beyond helping consumers learn more about finances to helping them actually improve their personal and household financial stability and success.

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Take the initiative to self-educate and grow your financial knowledge, by beginning with the basics of money management and maturing into a smart spender. Putting time into your financial development improves saving and investing decisions. By leveraging resources—like age, talent, money and the ability to establish good habits—you can build a long-lasting nest egg. Check out our other resources that may be helpful to you on our consumer resource page. 

wisebread.com

“You don’t have to sacrifice your financial independence to enjoy life.” That’s the driving force behind this site, and their goal is to help people live well. 

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moneyfit.org

Looking for some financial peace of mind? This site has Free Online courses to help you build your financial capability.

mymoney.gov

The site offers its own unique spin on personal finance. It has info. about earning, borrowing, saving, investing, spending, and protecting your money. Other popular pages include financial tools and money quizzes.

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practicalmoneyskills.com

Just like the name implies, practical money skills can help even the most basic of beginners when it comes to managing their money.

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Financial Literacy Class

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At any given time, anyone's finances can change. Don't get depressed or stuck if yours has, let's talk so we can develop a plan. We are here to help. OHCEDC also offers a monthly Financial Literacy class and one-on-one counseling assistance, call OHCEDC at 828-475-4620 for more details.

If you need assistance with developing a plan with managing your finances,

call us or fill out the "Get Credit Counseling" form. 

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