QuickandDirtyTips logo The Money and Finance section of QuickandDirtyTips.com is a fun place to get easy to understand information about everything from credit cards to home mortgages.  Most resources are available as podcasts (spoken to you as if on the radio) or simple to read documents. PDF English PDF Spanish
BeeHive logo The Beehive is a wonderful website that can be use by people to “connect to educational tools and services to inform and empower people to improve their lives.” PDF English PDF Spanish
Mint.com Logo According to Mint.com, “Money is for living. That’s why we’ve created the simplest and most effective way to manage, save and grow your money... and why Mint.com is free.” PDF English PDF Spanish Grovo Vid Logo
Chromebook Logo Want to know all about your new TGH Chromebook? The link to the right is for you! There you will see how to personalize your new device to suit your needs. This includes how set your background image, connect to your other Google accounts, upload and edit pictures, and much more.  Chrome Logo - English  Chrome Logo - Spanish
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The NYC Public Library offers many compelling financial literacy resources to those wishing to learn more about college financial aid, avoiding tax scams, making smart investment choices, and much more!  Click the icon to the left to explore!
cfpb logo Do you have a money questions?  Ask CFPB is the place to go!  Run by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's financial experts, this site can find answers on whole range of topics.  Answers are presented in understandable terms that are accessible to everyone.
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"Spearheaded by the Mayor's Office and with non-profit, corporate, and community partners, the Coalition has provided low and moderate income taxpayers with free financial services since 2001. From January to April, we provide free tax preparation at... volunteer-staffed locations around Boston. The Coalition also now offers a year-round financial coaching program that directly involves volunteers in promoting economic empowerment in Boston communities."

The EITC website is not very user friendly.  However, there is a great deal of information inside.  Take some time to explore the site.

Money As You Grow

According to their site, "Money as You Grow... offers 20 essential, age-appropriate financial lessons—with corresponding activities—that kids need to know as they grow. Written in down-to-earth language for children and their families, Money as You Grow will help equip kids with the knowledge they need to live fiscally fit lives. The lessons in Money as You Grow are based on more than a year of research, and drawn from dozens of standards, curricula, and academic studies."
According to their site, "Financial Entertainment is a library of free online and mobile games that aim to improve personal financial capability, self-confidence, and knowledge. The world is complicated enough, but getting the know-how and skills to manage your personal finances doesn't have to be!"