Five Free Tools for Financial Fitness
Wish you knew more about money? Want to improve your financial fitness and confidence? If so, then check out these free resources that were created to help you build successful money management skills that you can use throughout your life!
FAME offers a variety of free resources and tools designed to assist students, parents and educators with understanding the important elements of successful money management. Two of our most popular resources include the Claim Your Future® game and FAME's Guide to Managing Your Money. Check out FAME's money management resources and start learning to manage your finances today!
2. Salt®
Powered by the nonprofit American Student Assistance® and supported by FAME, Salt® is a resource designed to help remove the financial barriers to higher education so students and alumni can freely and confidently pursue their dreams. Through a combination of financial education, personalized student loan advice, and straightforward budgeting tools, Salt's unbiased advisors help you make smart decisions about education costs so you can achieve a positive financial future.
3.  iGrad® 
iGrad is a free financial literacy program designed to help college students and graduates succeed. Resources include information on financial aid, careers, student loans, money management and beyond! Join iGrad and take control of your financial future.
CashCourse is a real-life guide to making smart choices with your money-in school and beyond. CashCourse tools help you build real-life-ready financial skills and help you get started with a budget, find expert answers to your financial questions, complete assignments for your school, and take charge of your money!
Powered by EverFi-Financial Literacy™ and provided by the Office of the Maine Attorney General, this program was developed to help prepare Maine students with the tools they need for a successful financial future. This standards-aligned online course helps students master important concepts in personal finance including savings, banking, payment types, credit score, financing higher education, investing, taxes, insurance, and more. Ask your school about Everfi and get started on a path to financial health!
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Join us on Wednesday, April 12th at 10:00 a.m. for this month's free Wednesday Webinar, Financial Education Resources for Maine High School Students & Beyond. FAME's Financial Education Officer, Mary Dyer, will discuss both online and classroom-based resources and tools designed to improve the financial wellness of Maine students.

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