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  • 49ers Pro Bowler Staley, QB Gabbert, NFL Great Warner and Government Officials Kick-Off Super Bowl 50 Week Playing

    New Visa and Chinese Athletes Education Foundation Survey
    On January 18th, 2016, Chinese Athletes Education Foundation and Visa jointly launched 2015 Chinese Athletes Financial Literacy Report in China. According to the survey, Chinese athletes lack financial knowledge however, over 90% of the athletes surveyed were interested in financial education and greater empowerment. View video

  • 49ers Pro Bowler Staley, QB Gabbert, NFL Great Warner and Government Officials Kick-Off Super Bowl 50 Week Playing

    Students Immerse Themselves in Financial
    Visa hosted a lively NFL-themed Financial Football game with San Francisco high school students to kick off Super Bowl 50 Week at Moscone Convention Center. The competitive battle featured "coaches" Joe Staley and Blaine Gabbert of the 49ers, NFL great Kurt Warner, SF Treasurer José Cisneros and California State Controller Betty Yee. View video

  • 49ers Pro Bowler Staley, QB Gabbert, NFL Great Warner and Government Officials Kick-Off Super Bowl 50 Week Playing

    49ers Pro Bowler Staley and QB Gabbert and Government Officials Kick-Off Super Bowl 50 Week Playing Financial Football
    San Francisco teens kicked off Super Bowl 50 Week playing Financial Football with 49ers five time Pro Bowler Joe Staley, quarterback Blaine Gabbert and NFL great Kurt Warner. They teamed up with Visa, California State Controller Betty Yee and SF Treasurer Cisneros, to coach teens playing the money-management video game. Read more.

  • Chiefs' Kelce and Kansas Treasurer Partner to Expand <em>Financial Football</em> Statewide</strong>

    Chiefs' Kelce and Kansas Treasurer Partner to Expand Financial Football Statewide
    Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has joined Kansas Treasurer Ron Estes, Commerce Bank and Visa Inc. at Turner High School in Kansas City to expand Financial Football in a financial literacy initiative to help students improve their fiscal skills. Financial Football puts students' money skills to the test and is available online and for iOS. Read more. View video

  • Register for the 2016 Financial Literacy Summit

    Register for the 2016 Financial Literacy Summit
    Visa Inc. will co-host the 10th Annual Financial Literacy Summit with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago on April 20, 2016 in Chicago. The event will celebrate an informative and inspiring decade of dialogue covering a broad range of topics including improving financial literacy capabilities for millennials and the role of government to improve personal finance levels. Register now


Personal Finance

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Keeping Kids' Sports Costs Under Control
Having a sports-loving kid doesn't have to put a serious damper on your finances. 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

Educating Your Kids
It's never too early to start teaching your kids about money. Share these fun, age-appropriate activities to lay the foundation for a successful financial future. Read more

Educators

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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.
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January's Innovative Educator
Kasey Hill's financial literacy camp teaches young kids about saving money and planning for the future.
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Roadmap for Educators
Discover the wide array of free resources on Practical Money Skills and how to use them in your classroom.
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