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Empower your students through personal finance education

From filing taxes to building credit and investing, your students will encounter a variety of financial responsibilities throughout adulthood. The free Intuit Personal Finance curriculum is designed to help your students build the skills they need to feel confident as they make financial decisions. In addition to a comprehensive, flexible curriculum, these curricula come with tools and resources to help you bring these concepts to life in the classroom.

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Everything you need to teach personal finance

Our interactive and flexible lesson plans and curriculum for personal finance coursework allow for differentiated instruction and hybrid learning, so you can easily adapt to your classroom and individual student needs.

Intuit Personal Finance curriculum units

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Help your students grasp personal finance concepts through the Intuit Prosperity Quest game

Intuit Prosperity Quest is a Web3D game that helps get your students ready for their financial futures and interested in learning more about personal finance. Students are introduced to basic personal finance topics including credit, loans, savings, and investments in a fun and engaging way. Have them explore concepts like credit, loans, savings, and investments to begin building their financial savviness in a fun and engaging way!

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Our curriculum helps fulfill personal finance state mandates

Each state has its own regulations and requirements on financial literacy curriculum. Currently, many states require a financial literacy curriculum for high school graduation. Intuit’s curriculum is built to help educators and students meet these requirements. Additionally, Intuit for Education curriculum is aligned to national personal finance standards.

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Ready to take financial education a step further?

In addition to building the critical personal finance skills students need, the Intuit Entrepreneurial Finance curriculum offers something different for those who plan to have a side hustle or someday start a business. Students will learn a range of topics including financial planning for their side hustle, how to raise funding for a new business, and how to value their business if and when it comes time for their exit strategy.