Understanding personal finances is key to making important decisions in adulthood. From applying for financial aid to buying a home, young Hoosiers need to know how to be responsible stewards of their financial futures.
First launched as a pilot program, Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson recently expanded the financial literacy program statewide at no cost to taxpayers or schools. Those who are interested in bringing financial education to their schools should call 847-804-8943 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s crucial for teenagers to develop responsible financial habits to carry with them into adulthood. For some financial tips for young adults, click here. More information about how to better manage your personal finances can be found by clicking here.