If you are looking for information and tools to better help you manage bills, plan for savings over the short- and long-term future (everything from holiday shopping to retirement), or just help you keep better track of where your money is going, there are a lot of really great personal finance and financial literacy resources available to you.
- The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis has news and resources for financial and economic initiatives in Indian Country; primarily geared toward entrepreneurs.
- Looking for those fast, easy, and fun tips on money management? Check out FeedThePig.org, which has wealth of quick 'n' dirty advice on how to save and spend smarter. Warning: creepiest-looking mascot since the Burger King.
- The First Nations Development Institute's Financial Skills for Families is a fantastic resource to help adults and children learn money management together; the PDFs of the workbook and resources guide are available to download for free. Specially developed by and for Native communities.
- The Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy is a great resource, not only for the K-12 students that are the target audience but people of all ages can learn from this site.
- American Public Media's Marketplace is a one-stop information shop for financial news from broad, worldwide economic trends to suggestions for how to cut costs in your day-to-day life. The radio features are broadcast widely on NPR stations across the country.
- Mint.com has a website and mobile phone apps that can track your spending and saving habits very easily. While about as secure as most online banking sites, this site and app does require that level of risk and a level of trust of a third party with your sensitive information.
- MyMoney.gov is the United States federal government's personal finance portal with a wealth of resources and information.
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