Wisconsin Women are a powerful social and economic force.
Learn about Women's Council and other programs to improve the status of women.
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A free program of the nation’s certified public accountants to help Americans understand their personal finances through every stage of life
Workshops and financial coaching programs
Provides tools and resources for self-study; delivers group presentations and community workshops; offers financial education programs and tools to organizations; and promotes and teaches financial literacy to youth.
Easy, fun, and free financial skill courses for you and your family
It’s time to start living your richest life, LearnVest will help with tools, content, and personalized support
Resource to help pull all your financial accounts into one place. Set a budget, track your goals and do more with your money.
Find economic survival skills and help plan for goals for your future
Find resources and get assistance with health, tax preparation, education, and housing.
Free online resources and courses from on women and financial literacy from the Women’s Bureau, US Department of Labor.
Start a college fund on behalf of your child with an initial contribution of $250 and a deposit of $15 per month
Start a college fund on behalf of your child with an initial contribution of $250 and a deposit of $25 per month
· Join Wisconsin Saves to start building wealth by setting a goal and making a plan for saving!
From America Saves
Learn about what a credit report and score are and what saving options are available to you.
Department of Labor Savings Publications
· Coming Up with Cash in a Pinch: Emergency Savings and its Alternatives – Webinar from the Center for Financial Security
Find out how much money is generally needed in an emergency savings account and how to address the barriers to building this savings