Trusted Websites

FINRA Investor Education Foundation

A great place for beginners and advanced investors alike, with core financial principles with great insights into controlling spending, retirement strategies, and avoiding investor fraud.

A solid and unbiased resource dedicated to your financial health, compete with easy-to-use tools to help you make informed financial decisions.

Smart Investing@your library®

This is especially for librarians, with proven programs and ideas for money learning. Also filled with great resources for the general public.


Answers to money questions, guidance on achieving your goals, as well as a place to file a complaint if you have a problem with a financial institution. A resource of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE)

This organization is a leader in providing information and teaching tools for everyday people as well as those mentoring others in the world of financial learning.


What is your secret splurge? Don’t feel alone. Watch these fun videos of how others have faced hard-to-manage spending habits—and how they too are learning to replace bad habits with good ones.

High School Financial Planning Program

Great insights with a perspective especially for young people. Helpful resources for those working in the high school or other settings with teen learners.

Securities and Exchange Commission

Within the SEC is a Department of Consumer Education, with helpful resources on investing wisely and avoiding fraud in the securities industry.

The Dime Colorado

A cornucopia of helpful articles on saving money, overcoming financial fears, understanding credit scores, and much more. Hosted by Colorado PERA.