We understand that making it to one of our classes or visiting us for a financial coaching appointment isn’t always a possibility with your schedule. Because of this, Clear Money links to a variety of online financial education resources that help you manage your money in a convenient way from the privacy of your own home.
Our list of resources is below, along with a short description of each. These are all partners of ours that we trust to share valuable and accurate financial information.
Click on Anytime Adviser if you're an adult looking for financial information on topics such as credit, home buying, auto buying, or identity theft.
College in Colorado is a not-for-profit division of the Colorado Department of Higher Education. Their goal is to help you understand financial matters to provide the tools you need to help finance your and your family’s higher education. Register for an College in Colorado account today to participate in their annual college scholarship drawing.
Thrive by Five
Are you a parent looking for ways to begin developing important financial habits in your children? Click on Thrive by Five for tips and activities specifically for pre-school children.
The Jump$tart Coalition is a proud affiliate of the National Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy. The National Jump$tart Coalition, based in Washington, D.C., was first convened in 1995 and consists of over 200 organizations committed to improving the financial literacy of America's youth. You can access a database of activities, videos, and more from their website.
Mpowered, formally known as Community Credit Counseling Services, is a non-profit financial education and credit counseling agency in Metro Denver. Click on Mpowered to request a free one-on-one counseling appointment or to access resources to reduce your debt load, improve your credit score, and reach your financial goals.
Colorado Housing Connects
Colorado Housing Connects specializes in helping people navigate existing non-emergency housing services and resources and provides education about general housing topics that include: Renting, owning a home, maintaining a home, as well as living well and aging in place as a senior or someone who is disabled. Visit their website at www.coloradohousingconnects.org for more information.