Do you ever feel clueless when it comes to finances? You’re definitely not the only one. Terms like budgeting, saving and investing can sound intimidating, but that is why we're here.
Love your Money provides you with the tools you need to manage money, set goals, save, and invest wisely. This site will take you through a step-by-step plan covering topics like building wealth, budgets, setting goals, credit cards, debt, 401k programs, identity theft, and more.
Do you know the best way to measure your financial health? Learn how to calculate your net worth in the online course, and then put your knowledge to work on the student dashboard.
Will you be overwhelmed by debt? Learn how paying as you go can mean more money down the road.
Are you spending more than you're making? Your future depends on you taking control of your money now. We’ll show you how to create the right plan for you.
Are you prepared for an emergency? When things go wrong, having money tucked away can be a big help in getting your life back on the right track.
Do you know what a 401k is? Learn the ins and outs of this employee benefit before you bring home that first paycheck.
If you are a student, you can access and complete the online course to learn basic principles and techniques for money management and investing. You may also want to regularly visit the social networking sites linked to from the home page for updates and discussion.
If you are an educator, we invite you to incorporate site content into your lessons on personal finance and to encourage your students to complete the online course. If you are a college administrator or student services worker, you can incorporate the online course into requirements for your students or encourage them to take the course on a voluntary basis.
This site was developed by university professors affiliated with five major public universities. Information is research-based and peer-reviewed for accuracy. The fact that no group or individual affiliated with the site sells financial products or services assures that information is unbiased and objectively presented.