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Students will be able to

  • Understand the difference between stocks, index funds, mutual funds, and other more or less risky investments and the costs and benefits associated with each
  • Explain the difference between active and passive investing
  • Learn how to take full advantage of employee sponsored 401(k)s 
Provider: 
Next Gen Personal Finance

Students will be able to:

  • Identify criteria to use when allocating their assets 
  • Understand what it means to buy, sell, or hold stocks
  • Explain how current events shape the market and why it can be difficult to “beat” the stock market
  • Read a mutual fund fact sheet 
Provider: 
Next Gen Personal Finance

This lesson is an applied assessment for the lesson plans in the Introduction to Taking Charge of Your of Your Financial Well-Being Unit. Participants create a collage that answers the question, “What do you want your future life to be like?” by identifying items or activities that contribute to their well-being as well as personal values and goals.

Provider: 
Take Charge Today

This visual aid illustrates the time value of money by showing the difference between investing money early or later in life. Multiple file types are provided for versatility of use.

Provider: 
Take Charge Today

This lesson plan is designed to introduce the Advanced Level course. Concepts are introduced in this lesson and then reinforced throughout the lesson plans in the entire course. Begin the lesson by completing the Attitudes About Money anticipatory set. Challenge participants to test their personal finance knowledge by playing PowerPoint trivia.

Provider: 
Take Charge Today