Learn to Manage Your Money in Bell Bank’s Financial Education Center

Money Coaching Made Easy with Free, Online Courses

In as little as 3 to 7 minutes per course, you can boost your financial literacy and learn how to become financially savvy, whether you’re creating a budget for your monthly expenses, buying a home or trying to improve your spending habits. Plus, the online courses are fun, interactive and easy to understand.

Take your financial planning to a whole new level as you explore as many money management courses as you want whenever you want, or log in and create a customized playlist, so you can save your personal finance progress.

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K-12 Game-Based Online Lessons

Parents – You can help your kids build real-world skills through engaging, self-paced digital lessons. (And the best part … they’re FREE!) In the K-12 Family Portal, your kids will find 100+ game-based lessons on financial literacy, social-emotional learning, health and wellness and college/career readiness. You can even use the portal to help young learners with foundational skills – through gamified lessons they look forward to learning!

Visit the portal and select your state and child’s school name to receive the full catalog of age-appropriate courses for your child.

Check out the financial hot topics you can learn about in Bell’s money management hub:

Banking Basics

From managing a credit card responsibly to learning how to save for retirement, your health care and more, this playlist tackles everything banking – including building emergency funds, taking out a car loan and how to prevent overdraft fees.

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Creating a Budget

A good budget can actually help you pay down debt, save for your goals and even plan for your future. The problem for many of us is, we don’t know where to start. This playlist of micro-courses shows you how to take control of your spending habits, create a budget for your monthly expenses, manage your debt and more.

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Preparing for College

No matter if you’re a college student, recent grad or still in high school, this course can help you learn how to pay for college, pay off your student loans, and how to plan – and prioritize – your financial goals. If you could use a little help figuring out how student loan payments are calculated, whether to consolidate or how to end a default on your student loan, this course is for you.

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Personalizing a Playlist

If you’d like to learn financial lessons targeted specifically toward your personal finance goals, you can design your own personalized playlist of financial planning courses. Simply answer a few questions about your goals, habits and preparedness. As your financial interests change, you can re-take the survey to adjust your playlist.

By creating an optional account and logging in, you’ll be able to save your personalized playlist – and course progress – as you go!

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