April is financial literacy month. How savvy are you about money? This fun article will let you chart your age based on your savings habits. To commemorate the month, we’ve put together a financial wellness toolkit for you to learn common money mistakes, to test your own financial knowledge and find good learning resources to improve your knowledge.
Common Money Mistakes
- Top 7 Most Common Financial Mistakes
- 10 Critical Retirement-Saving Mistakes
- 20 Savings Mistakes People Make
- 4 College Savings Mistakes Even Savvy Parents Make
- 7 Common Investor Mistakes
- The Most Common Money Mistakes People Make at Every Age
Test Your Money Savvy
- A Three-Question Test of Financial Literacy
- Financial Literacy Quiz
- Student Financial Dollars & Sense – Financial Literacy Quiz
- Test your financial literacy about credit, income, money management, saving and spending
- Think you’re money savvy? Take this quiz
- Take This Quick Financial Literacy Quiz & See How You Compare
- Quiz: Savings and investing for millennials
Resources for Learning to Manage Money
360 Days of Financial Literacy
A free program by the nation’s certified public accountants to help Americans understand personal finances through every stage of life. Check out the more than 30 financial calculators.
Unbiased insurance information for consumers sponsored by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). Information is organized by life stage and lines of coverage: auto insurance, home insurance, health insurance and life insurance.
Making the most of your money starts with five building blocks for managing and growing your money. MyMoney.Gov offers tools and information on five key areas of money management: Earnings; Saving & investing; Protecting; Spending; and Borrowing.
Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy
a national non-profit of about 150 national organizations and entities from the corporate, non-profit, academic, government and other sectors that share an interest in advancing financial literacy among students in pre-kindergarten through college.
30 Steps to Financial Wellness
A 30 step path will help you achieve financial wellness.