Consumers Aren't Financially Prepared for Life's Critical Moments
of adults cannot afford a $400 emergency expense.
of adults don't know how much they need to retire.
of adults have no retirement savings.
With the challenges facing our communities today, banks and credit unions see financial education as a tool to reach consumers, help them find stability, and practice healthy habits, like saving. This Financial Literacy Month, join EVERFI and more than 900 financial institutions who are using innovative, digital education to drive financial literacy.
The Importance of Savings
Financial freedom starts with savings. That’s why teaching consumers how to make a lifelong habit of saving is at the core EVERFI’s mission. Financial education is essential to empower consumers to build healthier and more secure financial futures.
Join EVERFI this Financial Literacy Month, as we partner with financial institutions to promote savings in communities across the country.
Explore Our Financial Education Modules
Financial education has the power to lift your consumers and communities out of difficult financial situations. For the first time ever, we're offering you a chance to experience our adult financial education product, Achieve.
Click the topics below and take it for a test drive.
As a limited offer this Financial Literacy Month, we are offering special pricing and incentives when you join EVERFI, including access to our industry-leading digital financial education platform, 3 ready-to-launch webinar workshops, and a turnkey promotional toolkit.
Demo Our Digital Financial Education
In this time of unprecedented challenges, consumers are facing issues of unemployment, childcare needs, food security, market volatility, and more. Connect with an expert and learn how EVERFI helps financial institutions educate consumers, drive engagement, and impact their communities -- in good times and in bad.
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Start Thinking About Savings
To complement the interactive financial education tools available on this site, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has additional resources for consumers to help them stay on track.