Financial Information & News
TG - The TG Financial Literacy Program comprises a series of 15-minute instructional mini-modules with accompanying activities. The modules teach a range of concepts on topics such as managing credit, saving and investing, building spending plans, employee compensation, and setting financial goals
Feed The Pig - Feed the Pig, a companion of 360 Financial Literacy, offers games, a quiz, tips and information on finances to help you "feed the pig" and stay out of debt. You can also register for free and sync your Feed The Pig account with Facebook and iGoogle to help you track your spending.
Young Money - Young Money includes resources and information on topics including financial aid, personal finance, careers, entrepreneurship, technology, investing, lifestyles, travel, entertainment, automobiles, shopping, and calculators and tools to help you achieve your personal as well as professional goals.
LearnVest - bootcamp for financial freedom plus several amazing articles on living frugally and making good financial decisions.
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy - This site, provided by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, offers free financial education categorized for different life stages as well as tools and articles to help individuals manage their personal finances.
Financial Awareness Basics - F.A.B. provides information targeted towards college students with tools and resources on how to pay for college, manage your money, balance responsibilities and plan for the future.
Cash Course - The University of Illinois Alumni Association wants you to be successful beyond your college years, so they’ve set up this Cash Course site to provide information on personal finance for college students and graduates. The site offers articles on work, banking, preventing identity theft and much more.
Financial Avenue - RAND organization promotes financial literacy through online courses and tools focused on a variety of subjects (Credit Cards, Credit History, Paying for College, Identity Theft, Budgeting, etc.)