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PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS: The newsletters below can help you teach children of all ages about finance. This includes young children, ‘tweens, teens and young adults.

Money Talks is a newsletter that includes simple lessons and useful resources to help children learn about saving and money management.

Read the latest "Money Talks" newsletter targeted for young adults. You may find this "Get Smart about Credit" issue helpful during the holiday season. Among the topics are how the new credit card regulations affect young adults.

Right click on any of the links below to download the newsletters that interest you:

Money Talks for Young Children

The Value of Money

Spender or Saver?

Savings Lessons

Money Talks for 'Tweens

Saving and Budgeting 101

Chores and Payday

When Needs and Wants Collide

Money Talks for Teens

Money, Jobs & Shopping

Your College-Bound Teen: Debit or Credit

Helping Teens Manage Money

Money Talks for Young Adults

The Four Cs of Credit

Young Adults Face the Risk of Identity Theft

You may also download the following helpful publications:

Parent Money Manual

Banking Term Glossary

Financial Education Websites


A section of the American Bankers Association website (ABA's Educational Foundation) for consumers of financial products - provides updates on legislation and banking issues


Junior Achievement of western Pennsylvania is an economic education organization committed to educating young people to succeed in a global economy.

Visa’s Practical Money Skills for Life educational site provides general—yet comprehensive—information on credit cards, budgeting, and money management.

What's My Score
The Independent Community Banks of America website for young adults that features interactive tutorials and calculators about credit.

The website of EconomicsPennsylvania, an organization that promotes economic education in the K-12 classroom.

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