MoneyEd is a statewide educational project of the University of Hawaii Cooperative Extension Service designed to increase your financial well-being. You will be encouraged to develop prudent money management skills so that you may work on increasing your savings, reducing your debt and achieving your goals.

MoneyEd is a web-based course that includes informational handouts to download and print, worksheets to complete on-line, and relevant website links to connect. It is right here, convenient and ready to use whenever you are.

Join us at MoneyEd by using this Registration Form

Link to Level One: Getting Started Link to Level Two: Ready...Action! Link to Level Three: Moving Forward

When you are done, be sure to complete our Evaluation Survey. The information you provide will help us identify the topics that have been the most effective in assisting people like you to become more competent and confident money managers. If you complete this survey and work on at least eight of the eleven articles and twelve worksheets, we will send you a Certificate of Participation. Please take a few minutes to complete our short survey.


A note from the editors:

The MoneyEd handouts and worksheets are published here by the University of Hawaii, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), Cooperative Extension Service's Family Resources program. Some of the articles have been adapted from the former Cooperative Extension System Money2000™ project. The contents are for educational purposes only. References to financial products or services do not imply endorsement. Participants are encouraged to seek financial or legal advisors for specific advice.

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