Financial Education Programs

Financial Literacy Portal

The State of Connecticut Financial Literacy Portal provides access to many of the important financial literacy resources and educational programs our state has to offer on one centralized location.  The portal provides money management tools and information for students, consumers, and even business owners.

CT Jump$tart

The Connecticut Jump$tart Coalition for Youth Financial Literacy is a non-profit organization with individuals and organizations representing business, government and education who have joined together to improve the personal financial literacy of Connecticut's youth.

FDIC Money Smart

Money Smart was developed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to help adults enhance their money skills and create positive banking relationships.  The Money Smart curriculum is comprised of 10 comprehensive instructor-led modules covering basic financial topics including an introduction to bank services, tips on obtaining credit and information on buying a home.

CT Dollars & Sense

CT Dollars & Sense is a new online resource for help planning, saving and paying for college.

The Basics of Saving and Investing

The Basics of Saving and Investing: Investor Education 2020 is a unique teaching tool that will provide school age and adult learners with non-commercial information that they need to know for sound financial decision making and investing throughout their lives.  The teaching guide is a product of the Investor Protection Trust, a nonprofit organization devoted to investor education.

Senior$afe Training Program

The Department of Banking is pleased to offer Senior$afe™, a free training to help investment professionals recognize and report possible elder financial exploitation.