Manage Your Finances

We want you to have all the tools you need to get the most out of your new account and start saving for the future. We’ve partnered with local nonprofit organizations to offer you a wealth of financial education classes. Now you can learn how to:

  • Stay on a budget
  • Manage a checking account
  • Improve your credit rating
  • Pay off debt
  • Save for the future

Take a class at a community organization near you, or even online.

Learn In Person
Our community partners offers classes in English and Spanish every month at locations throughout the city.  The Partnership for Financial Literacy is local resource with an constantly up-dated on-line calendar of financial educations workshops, seminars and programs in your area which you can search by location, subject or category. The web site also has an array of tools to help you manage your finances and begin planning for a more secure financial future. To learn more, click here .

Learn Online
Online classes and resources are an easy and convenient way to learn how to manage your new account, create and manage a budget for your family, file taxes online free and so much more.

Explore the following links to learn more:


The Beehive
http://thebeehive.org/money/manage-your-money

FIDC’s Money Smart
http://www.fdic.gov/consumers/consumer/moneysmart/mscbi/mscbi.html

360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
http://www.360financialliteracy.org/

Rhode Island JumpStart Coalition
http://www.rijumpstart.org/matriarch/default.asp

Smart About Money.Org
http://www.smartaboutmoney.org/

Call 2-1-1 For Help
If want to get connected to additional resources call 2-1-1 or visit www.211RI.org

Other Resources
The tools below can help you begin to plan for your financial future.  Be sure to visit this web site often as we will regularly add new resources to help you.

Budget Worksheet (English)
Budget Worksheet (Spanish)
Family Savings (English)
Family Savings (Spanish)