Youth Money Management

Learning the basics of personal finance is a positive first step toward a successful financial future. As little as 10 hours of personal finance education can positively affect a student’s spending or saving habits! (For more information, see a research study that evaluated the National Endowment for Financial Education High School Financial Planning Program curriculum.) 4-H offers many opportunities for young people to learn about personal finance, including fund-raising for their club or a community service project, participating in clubs dedicated to investment, and selling their own market animal at the fair.

Go to the 4-H money management page to learn more.

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