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  • Visa Celebrates Financial Literacy Day on the Hill

    Financial Football Rolls Out Statewide in Wyoming
    Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler joined Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, Wyoming Jump$tart Coalition for Financial Literacy and Visa Inc. at the State Capitol to announce a statewide effort to improve the money management of high school and middle school students with the rollout of Financial Football, a free educational video game and classroom curriculum developed by Visa Inc. Read more. View photos

  • Visa Celebrates Financial Literacy Day on the Hill

    Visa Celebrates Financial Literacy Day on the Hill
    Visa joined the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy's annual Financial Literacy Day on Capitol Hill today with hundreds of participants, including U.S. Representatives from the House and Senate. "Day on the Hill" was first introduced in 2003 and is one of April's National Financial Literacy Month events. Read more

  • Plan'it Prom

    Prom Spending Falls 14% to $978 in 2014
    American households with teens are reining in spending this year on prom to $978 – 14% less than last year's $1,139 – according to a new nationwide survey released by Visa Inc. To help combat the high cost of prom, Visa launched a free app for Android and iOS called Plan'it Prom that helps teens and parents budget for every prom-related expense. Read more

  • Plan'it Prom

    Visa Inc.'s Plan'it Prom App Helps Teens and Parents Stick to Prom Budget
    Prom spending represents a major expense for American families with high school students. To combat out of control spending, Visa launched a free smartphone app that helps parents and teenagers plan and budget every aspect of prom in order to support responsible spending.
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  • Financial Soccer

    Chicago Fire's Magee and Larentowicz, Chicago Fed, Visa and Bank of America Showcase Financial Soccer
    Chicago Fire forward and Mike Magee and midfielder Jeff Larentowicz joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Bank of America, Visa Inc. and students from Chicago's Lindblom High School and Solorio Academy to showcase Visa's new Financial Soccer 2014, a free FIFA World Cup™-themed educational video game that teaches students and adults the fundamentals of personal finance. View images. View video

Personal Finance

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Why Disability Insurance Is Critical
Disability insurance is critical and there are several coverage options available. Read more

Reach your financial goals like a comfortable retirement, down payment for a house or new car by setting money aside every month. Read more

Financial Soccer Showcased in Chicago
Visa partnered with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago to bring Financial Soccer, a free educational video game, to students. View video


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New Classroom Curriculum for 9–12 Grade Students
Engage your 9-12 grade students in our new financial literacy curriculum with 22 comprehensive, standards-aligned lessons on money management.
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March's Innovative Educator
Patty Denton uses practical activities like budgeting for holiday dinner to teach financial literacy.
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