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Money Smart Newsletter

April 2022

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Last Updated: April 21, 2022

In This Issue

April Monthly Message from the FDIC

¿Qué tan money smart es usted?

¿Qué tan money smart es usted? We recently launched the Spanish version of How Money Smart Are You?, our new website containing 14 animated games and related resources about everyday financial topics. The Spanish version is available at the same website as the English version,

Click on the link at the top of the page to view the entire site in Spanish. The Spanish version includes the same educational content as the English version.

As with the English version, organizations may also consider using How Money Smart Are You? in conjunction with webinars or workshops held using other Money Smart products.

Questions? We’d love to hear from you at

We are also eager to hear about your promising approaches or successful strategies involving Money Smart. Please share your story or tips about Money Smart at Join us on social media using the #FDICMoneySmart and show us any of the Money Smart products in action!

Want to learn more about our Spanish language version of the game?

Juntos Adelante! Financial Empowerment for Hispanics – Featuring the new FDIC tool: How Money Smart Are You? in Spanish

As part of our Financial Capability Month programming, the FDIC will host a national webinar on April 20, 2022, at 2:00 PM, ET featuring our newly launched financial education game How Money Smart Are You? The webinar will include a synopsis of the financial education tools and economic inclusion resources offered by the FDIC that are currently available in English and Spanish. Participants will learn from best practices and success stories from organizations and institutions that have already implemented How Money Smart are You? and other Money Smart Programs. Participants will also have to opportunity to ask questions related to the Money Smart program in Spanish and how it can support their financial education and economic inclusion efforts. Click here for more information and to register for the event.

April is National Financial Capability Month

National Financial Capability Month began as Youth Literacy Day, which was created by the NEFE. This month is a great time to use or share our consumer resource center within your community. We have financial literacy tools, information on deposit insurance, and ways for individuals and community groups to get more involved with our meetings and trainings.

FDIC is hosting several events over the month. Check out our website to see if there is a webinar in your region. And follow us on social media to stay informed.

Upcoming Money Smart for Small Business Train-the-Trainer

Our Money Smart for Small Business curriculum (MSSB) was developed jointly with the U.S. Small Business Administration. The MSSB provides instruction and information on various topics related to starting and managing a business. It consist of 13 modules and can be downloaded on our website. We are hosting a Train-the-Trainer on April 26, 2022, from 1-2:30 PM, ET. This event will assist organizations that want to train their MSSB instructors. You can register here.

Latest FDIC Consumer News Edition

The April 2022 edition of the FDIC Consumer News focuses on youth employment and money management for Young Adults. Read it here.

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