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For Teachers, tutors and adult students – take a look at how to make financial literacy a family affair!
Being “Money Smart” goes by many names….
Some people call it financial literacy, personal finance or money management – but at the end of the day, it’s all about making the most of your money.
As April, comes peaking around the corner, adults are concerned about taxes, teens about how to pay their first semester in college next year , and kids are making plans for lemonade stands and summer income…here are some fun and informative ideas to keep smart about money by gaining knowledge to share with your family.
Money sense for kids
Money sense for teens
Money sense for parents
Studies show that people who are generous are in better health
Whether people are donating for tax purposes, or because they are genuinely empathetic, research shows that they are happier and live longer. You might want to include some of these statistics in your next fundraising letter.
How to create a social media marketing schedule
In the nonprofit world, there are a million things going on at once and only time to give attention to half of them. While you might feel like you don’t have time to devote to social media, here are some tips to make the process easier.
Medicare Plan to be shut down
Quality Health Plans, a Medicare HMO with 10,000 Florida members, has been ordered into liquidation after failing to come up with the cash reserves the state says were needed. While the members will be moved to a new plan, this information could be useful to your students.
Nationwide Financial Literacy Campaign Empowers Citizens to Share Personal Financial Lessons
The National Financial Educators Council is starting a campaign called Financial EduNation that will provide organizations and communities with solid resources for combating financial illiteracy at the local level. This program will start at the New Year and provide resources for students, parents and the rest of the community.