Recent surveys reveal that Americans consider financial literacy as important as any subjects traditionally taught in schools. Why then is it that most consumers graduate without basic money management knowledge and are left to learn financial skills through trial and error? To help students of all ages learn the essentials of personal finance, Visa has partnered with leading consumer advocates, educators, and financial institutions to create the Practical Money Skills program.
SurePath now offers FREE educational resources to help consumers manage their debt, build savings, prevent identity theft and prepare for lifes unexpected events. To make learning more fun, check out the educational games for consumers as young as four! You can help teach your child or classroom how to sort and count money, help your young adult learn the importance of saving or help teach yourself how to better plan for retirement.
At www.surepath.whatsmyscore.org, you can access free educational resources including credit scoring, calculators and even Financial Literacy games to help make the learning process more enjoyable.
Please take the time to browse through the array of information available to you for FREE!