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Financial Literacy Resources
Financial Literacy Information from Pamlico Community College
Tools and Resources Related to Financial Literacy and Money Management
To be financially literate is to know how to manage your money. This means learning how to pay your bills, how to borrow and save money responsibly, and how and why to invest and plan for retirement.
Salt, powered by the nonprofit American Student Assistance® (ASA), features an easy online platform and one-on-one counseling to help you plan for, pay for, and repay the cost of a degree. Get the confidence you need to ensure a successful financial future with:
- Guidance on the best ways to pay for school, so you can obtain a degree, but not the stress that comes with determining how to pay for it.
- Personalized student loan help so you can make borrowing and repayment decisions that fit your life.
- Money management advice and straightforward budgeting tools that build your financial skills.
Reality Check from the North Carolina Department of Commerce is a fun, new online tool designed to estimate the income necessary to support your desired lifestyle. State where you’d like to live in North Carolina and how you spend your money. From there, you’ll be directed to jobs that meet your financial needs.
National Center for Educational Statistics Net Price Brochure uses graphics and plain language to explain how net price is calculated for various groups of students, how the underlying data use in the calculations can differ by institution type, and the limitations of the metric.