Personal Finance Education

NEFE's High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFPP) is a free turnkey financial literacy program specifically focused on basic personal finance skills that are relevant to the lives of teens in Grades 8-12.

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Program Components

 

HSFPP offers a full suite of FREE instructional resources to teach teens in an instructor led classroom or workshop setting. 

Register or log in to immediately download the curriculum or place an order for printed materials. The components for this program include:

  • Six student guide booklets
  • Teacher lesson plans and PowerPoint presentations
  • Activities, handouts and performance-based assessments
  • Online student practice quizzes, polls and more
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Funding Behind the Free

 

Since 1984 the National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE®) has proudly provided 100 percent of the funding for the High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFPP), a high quality, noncommercial, and unbiased personal finance curriculum.

NEFE is independently funded by its own endowment, which was established with the proceeds from the sale of the College for Financial Planning and related transactions in 1997. Additional growth is realized only through investment of the endowment's assets. 

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The High School Financial Planning Program comes complete with a fully developed, award winning curriculum that has been lab tested.


Infographic: Challenges of the Credit Invisible

3/8/2017

Credit reports impact more than just access to traditional credit products. This infographic can help teens understand the challenges beyond credit accessibility and begin to take proactive steps.

The Credit Invisibles: 4 Challenges Beyond Credit Accessibility

3/8/2017

Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. adults have an unscorable, or nonexistent, credit record.  Even if consumers do not plan to apply for a credit card or installation loan, limited credit history can cause challenges beyond credit accessibility.

What do Deer Crossings and Identity Theft Have in Common?

3/8/2017

Much like a defensive driver takes precautions to reduce the odds of colliding with a deer, consumers need to apply defensive tactics to minimize damage caused by fraud. Whether or not you or a family member have been a victim of identity fraud, this article contains precautions to protect personal and financial data, suggestions for reporting incidents, and trustworthy resources to stay current on scam trends and fraud protection strategies.

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