UW-Madison Division of Extension’s financial education programs help families and individuals across the state achieve financial well being – keeping pace with day-to-day expenses, reaching financial goals, planning for life’s unexpected events and securing their financial future.
Did you know you can request three free credit reports a year? Your credit report affects many areas of your life—your ability to get a loan and much more.
We’ve gathered resources to help you make sound financial choices in tough times.
The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is impacting households, communities, and businesses.
Rent Smart helps participants gain the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful renting experience and to understand their rights and responsibilities as a tenant.
Find out what tax credits are available for you and your family.
Gain money management skills and build knowledge you can share with your family and friends with online modules.
A little savings goes a long way. We give you great tips about saving for your child’s future.
Working with families to promote financial well being beginning in Head Start or Early Head Start.
Teaching children about money through the power of books. We have created Parent Guides for popular children’s books about money to help get the conversation started.
Financial coaching is an approach to help increase individuals’ financial capabilities.
For more information about Financial Education programs, contact Jenny Abel.