The Washington Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) has developed this website to serve as a clearinghouse for financial education information and resources available to Washington residents.
Throughout the website you will find resources for both residents and educators.
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day June 15
June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Here are some resources and information about senior financial fraud and how it can be avoided.
Credit and Identity Theft Booklet
DFI recently teamed up with the Seattle Times to produce a Newspapers in Education Credit and Identity Theft booklet.
Washington Financial Education Network
The Washington Financial Education Network brings together partners who support financial education efforts in Washington State – whether Pre-K youth, students in K-12 or college, working adults, retirees or seniors, domestic violence survivors, residents whose primary language is one other than English, etc. Members come from all reaches of the state, with non-profit, government, or private industry.
Video: Understanding Capital in Small Businesses
The Washington State Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises (OMWBE) has produced a short video that illustrates how capital works in a small business.
Debt Slapped Grad
Debt Slapped has launched a new website called Debt Slapped Grad. The grad edition of Debt Slapped is meant for young adults out there working in the real world. On the website you will find money management information and worksheets to help you better manage your finances.
Senior Financial Education
Older citizens face many financial challenges as they age. Check out our resources page for seniors for information on how to make your money last.