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For Families and Teens
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy is a free resource offered by the American Institute of CPAs, who provide information on Credit & Debt, and Spending & Saving, along with many financial calculators. A helpful section on talking to your kids about money is included.
The High School Financial Planning Program
The High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFPP) is a free, all-inclusive and straightforward personal finance curriculum, designed with teens, ages 13-19, in mind. The program can be used in classrooms or during one-on-one sessions.
Located in this guide are tools, resources, services and articles to help you manage your money.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority's website provides education, regulatory information, and guidance for investors. Includes BrokerCheck, a national database of information on licensed financial advisors. (Image: ©2017 FINRA)
The SEC's website for investor empowerment and awareness.
Managing Your Money
The Federal Trade Commission's useful guide to the basics of managing your money.
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Virtual Financial Coaching
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Do you have questions about credit or debt? The Financial Coaching Corps (FCC) can help you manage your money, find resources in a financial crisis, and make progress toward your financial goals.
Make an appointment with a coach from the Financial Coaching Corps of the Community Service Society of NY. At this time all coaching is virtual by phone or Google Meet.
Please select an appointment date and a financial coach will confirm your appointment by e-mail.
If you have questions about financial coaching, email us at email@example.com.
Virtual Financial Coaching is a service of Brooklyn Public Library's partner, Community Service Society.
We're here to help! Do you have a question? Call 718.YOUR.BPL. You can also connect with a librarian via chat, email, or through our Book-A-Librarian service.