Paying for College SD
Easy-to-follow videos narrated by Black Hills TV host Anya Mueller guide you through the process of planning for your future and making wise financial choices.
Money as You Grow: Help for parents and caregivers
No need to be a money expert—the tips and activities here can help your children’s money skills, habits, and attitudes grow.
Both youth and educators will benefit from this website with its interactive games, lesson plans, and financial tools and resources to help you reach your goals.
These interactive media lessons will teach you the basics of financial literacy.
Khan Academy: Personal Finance
This website will help you develop better money habits by providing short lessons on saving and budgeting, paying for college, housing, car expenses and so much more.
Alan Akina's Super Duper Simple Book on Money
This easy-to-read book about financial basics will help you make some positive changes with your money!
After you finish school, you will need to work to pay for housing, food, clothes, transportation, and other items. Find out how much money you will need to earn to cover your expenses. Then find out which occupations will support this lifestyle.
Billings Federal Credit Union Financial Resource Center
The online interactive “coaches” will help you understand the basics of finances, including check management, identity theft, credit management, and more.
Money Smart Program (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, or FDIC)
The newly enhanced Money Smart Computer-Based Instruction (CBI) is an easy-to-use tool to learn more about basic personal financial management. The CBI can complement formal classes by providing learning assignments that users can complete at their own pace.
Your Money, Your Goals (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau)
Your Money, Your Goals is a set of financial empowerment materials for organizations that help people meet their financial goals by increasing their knowledge, skills, and resources. Whether you’re helping people get a job, find a place to live, or deal with a legal problem, money always comes up. You can use these tools to start the conversation.