Financial Literacy Resources
MOHELA offers a list of resources to assist you in college, throughout your career and as you budget and set your personal finance goals.
These sites are intended to be a convenient way to find information pertaining to these topics.
MOHELA does not endorse these sites and is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of these sites.
We regularly review and ensure links to the sites are working properly; however, links may break or be redirected to another site between reviews.
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
– Helps Americans understand their personal finances and develop money management skills throughout their lives
- Financial tools, savings advice and resources to help you take charge of your finances and manage your money more effectively
- Resources and calculators for a broad range of financial topics including Mortgages, Bank Accounts, Credit Cards, Insurance, Auto, Investments, Taxes, Retirement and Financial Planning
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
– Classroom resources for educators to use to teach about money and banking, economics, personal finance and the Federal Reserve
Feed the Pig
® - Tools, articles and tips to help you on your path to financial stability by reducing your debt and growing your savings
Navigating Your Financial Future
– Provides a variety of budgeting and financial resources for students and their families as they plan for life after college
– Provides information about how your paycheck really works, including deductions and withholdings
-Tools to help you make decisions about how you spend and save your money – Quizzes, calculators, smart money guides, worksheets, budget wizard, and more
® – Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) to see what aid may be available to help you pay for college
Federal Student Aid
- Get ready for college or career school, learn about federal student aid and how to apply using the FAFSA®, and get information on repaying student loans
Federal Student Aid: Loan Forgiveness, Cancellation and Discharge
- Find out whether you qualify due to your job, disability, the closure of your school, or other circumstances
Federal Student Aid: Military Student Loan Benefits
– Information Members of the U.S. Armed Forces need to know about their federal student loan benefits
National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
- Lets you retrieve your loan information for your federally-owned or federally-guaranteed loans including any balances and which company is servicing them
– Apply online for Income Driven Repayment plans, consolidate federal student loans, complete your Master Promissory Note, complete entrance and exit counseling, and more
U.S. Department of Education
- Provides information about the Department's offices, programs, information and assistance services, funding opportunities, education statistics, publications and more
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