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FDIC Tips for Teens

The winner of our Money Madness video contest is Katy Brock, a seventh grade student in Florence.


Additional Resources for Teens

Teens and Money

Teens & Money
Free, unbiased financial information including multimedia and games for teens from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
Dollars from Sense
Created by experts and funded by the FINRA Investor Education, this interactive site instructs young adults in the basics of personal finance and investing.
Feed the Pig
Interactive money management and financial literacy site aimed at 25-34 year olds, but also useful for teens and college students.
Financial Football
VISA and the National Football League offer this fast-paced interactive game that engages students while teaching them money management skills.
Generation Money
Videos, games, quizzes and activities to promote financial literacy.
GenIRevolution
Online personal finance game for high school students developed by the Council for Economic Education.
The Mint
Money management tips, games, and tools for kids, teens, and parents.
Money Smart for Young Adults
FDIC cirriculum helps youth 12-20 learn the basics of handling their finances, including creating good relationships with financial institutions.
Moneytopia
Online interactive game to help teens learn to save and manage money.
NEFE High School Financial Planning Progam
Nationally recognized financial education curriculum created by teachers and financial professionals, supplemented by social networking options.
Teens and Money: Money 101
Resources, games and activities for sound money management from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.