Financial Literacy for Everyone
Quick Poll

Have you used your smartphone to manage your finances?

Yes, for budgeting

Yes, for online banking

Yes, for stocks and investments

No, but I will in the near future

No, and I donít plan to

View results

Play NFL

Challenge yourself with Financial Football
Play our fun video game to test your knowledge about money.
Play now

Avengers

Avengers Comic Teaches Kids About Money
Choose Spider-Man or Nova for a fun lesson about personal finance for your child or student.
Read now

Follow Us
FacebookTwitterYouTube
tweets

Transitioning From the Military

Transitioning From the Military
Secure your financial future with these free resources for entering civilian life.
Learn more

2015 Summit after

Spotlight

Left Arrow
Right Arrow
  • Celebrating Financial Literacy Month

    Celebrating Financial Literacy Month
    Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy's annual events convened this week – the Annual Awards Dinner, which honored U.S. Senator Jack Reed, recently retired VP of Public Education at Experian Maxine Sweet, HSBC's Loretta Abrams and Montana Financial Education Coalition, and Financial Literacy Day on the Hill on Capitol Hill, drawing hundreds from the financial education community. Read more

  • Highlights from the 2015 Financial Literacy Summit

    VIDEO: Highlights from the 2015 Financial Literacy Summit
    Watch highlights from this year's Financial Literacy Summit, including keynote speaker U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez and panelists from across the globe talk about their experience at the April 15 even. Co-hosted by Visa and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, this year's theme was "Improving Millennials' Financial Literacy with Mobile Technology." View video

  • United States Secretary of Labor Perez Speaks at Financial Literacy Summit

    United States Secretary of Labor Perez Speaks at Financial Literacy Summit
    Thomas E. Perez, Secretary of Labor for the United States, delivered the keynote speech at the 2015 Financial Literacy Summit co-hosted by Visa Inc. and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. International financial literacy experts convened in Chicago to discuss how mobile technology can improve financial literacy for millennials worldwide. Read More

  • Watch Summit 2015

    Visa Co-Hosts 2015 Financial Literacy Summit at the Federal Reserve Bank in Chicago
    Senior international financial literacy experts convened at the Federal Reserve Bank in Chicago, IL for the ninth annual Financial Literacy Summit. They discussed how mobile technology can improve financial literacy for millennials, the demographic group who was born between the years of 1980 and the early 2000s that represents over two billion people worldwide. Watch webcast

  • Popping the Promposal Question Costs Avg. $324 in 2015

    Popping the Promposal Question Costs Avg. $324 in 2015
    A new nationwide survey released by Visa Inc. shows that American households plan on spending a whopping $324 on promposals. Promposals have become significantly more extravagant in recent years and now represent in excess of one third of the $919 total that the average prom-going teen will spend on the dance this year.
    Read More


Personal Finance

A Guide to Travel Insurance - College Grads: Landing a Job Financial Soccer Showcased in Chicago The average 'promposal' will cost $324 this year

Improving Millennials' Financial Literacy with Mobile Technology
Being smart about credit starts by knowing how lenders evaluate you. Read more

College Grads: Landing a Job
It's time to roll up your sleeves and put that lifetime of education to work for you. Finding the right job isn't easy. Read on for tips, advice and tools that will help ensure a successful search. Read more

The average 'promposal' will cost $324 this year
A Visa prom survey shows the average teen will spend $919 on prom in 2015, with $324 going just to the promposal – to simply ask another teen to be their date. View video

Educators

curriculum - Innovative Educator - Roadmap for Educators

Classroom Curriculum for 9–12 Grade Students
Engage your 9-12 grade students in our financial literacy curriculum with 22 comprehensive, standards-aligned lessons on money management.
Read more

April's Innovative Educator
Connisha teaches financial literacy to third and fourth graders in Memphis, Tennessee.
Read more

Roadmap for Educators
Discover the wide array of free resources on Practical Money Skills and how to use them in your classroom.
Read more