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360 Degrees of Financial Literacy is a national volunteer effort of the nation’s Certified Public Accountants to help Americans understand their personal finances and develop money management skills. It focuses on financial education as a lifelong endeavor—from children learning about the value of money to adults reaching a secure retirement.
Tax planning is most effective when integrated with a taxpayer’s overall financial plans, and that financial and tax planning should happen all year long rather than just at tax time. 360 Degrees of Taxes is an extension of the AICPA’s successful 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy program, a free effort of the nation’s certified public accountants to help Americans understand their personal finances through every stage of life.
The Money Doctors are a volunteer panel of qualified CPAs that have attained the Personal Financial Specialists (PFS) credential for comprehensive financial planning, and are here to answer your financial planning questions. The program is offered as a public service through 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy and is designed to help and protect consumers by providing guidance on basic financial planning issues.
Starting point for information intended by the U.S. government to help improve the financial literacy and education of persons in the United States.
The U.S. government agency responsible for tax collection and tax law enforcement. Includes income tax forms, instructions, and agency publications.
America Saves is a national campaign involving more than 1,000 non-profit, government, and corporate groups that encourages individuals and families to save money and build personal wealth.
The Choose to Save® national public education and outreach program is dedicated to raising awareness about the need to plan and save for long-term personal financial security. As part of its mission, Choose to Save® develops user-friendly, multimedia materials to help individuals plan and save for their financial future.
Jump$tart is a national coalition of organizations dedicated to improving the financial literacy of pre-kindergarten through college-age youth by providing advocacy, research, standards and educational resources. Jump$tart strives to prepare youth for life-long successful financial decision-making.
Money Matters NJ offers general information for managing personal finances, and is provided by the New Jersey Society of CPAs.
Financial Fitness Ohio provides sound advice and strategies from CPAs, Ohio’s most trusted financial advisors. Whether you’re a recent college grad, newly married or about to retire, find timely resources to achieve your goals.
The Oregon Society of CPAs and its ’Oregon Saves’ Financial Literacy Team are committed to improving the financial wherewithal of Oregonians. It is also the local arm for 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy, a national campaign by CPAs to help Americans make better financial choices.
As part of its statewide outreach, the Texas Society of CPAs maintains this free consumer website that provides personal finance information categorized in life stages such as childhood, high school, college and parenthood.
The Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA) launched a financial literacy initiative in 2004 to help improve the financial health of Virginians. Called Financial Fitness, this award-winning campaign is part of a national effort of the CPA profession to reach out to the community and educate the public on topics related to money management and fiscal responsibility.
The Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs (PICPA) offers consumers free resources to help them reach their financial goals. Visitors will find helpful articles, videos, an Ask a CPA function, and more.
myRA is a simple, safe and affordable retirement account created by the United States Department of the Treasury for the millions of Americans who face barriers to saving for retirement.
Looking for a fun and innovative way to build your financial management skills? Game questions cover topics like how to balance a checkbook, understand credit scores and even invest in a startup company. Check out the new financial literacy version of Bank On It. Challenge your coworkers, friends, family, or people around the world to a game and put your financial smarts to the test.