Money as You Grow has a new home

Money as You Grow has a new home


As of March 17, Money as You Grow, the site I spearheaded as a member of President Obama’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability, has been adopted by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

Launched in 2012, offered families 20 essential, age-appropriate financial lessons with corresponding activities. Thanks to parents eager to teach their kids money basics, this little site that could went viral, attracting nearly 1.4 million unique visitors to date.

At its new home, Money as You Grow will continue to grow and serve its original vision. It’s fully updated to reflect the CFPB’s recent research reported in “Foundations of Financial Well-Being,” which examines the most effective ways to teach kids about money from ages 3 through 21. (You can read more about it on my Huffington Post blog.)

I encourage you to visit the new site at


You can still download and print our popular posters here:





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CFPB kids and money Money as You Grow

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