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Helpful Links

 

Online Resources

Download Adobe Acrobat Reader for Free

This link will take you to Adobe Reader, the most current and free PDF viewer download page. Once installed, you can download the MATL Application.

● National Disability Institute

As part of National Disability Institutes REI Network, members have access to the latest information, policy insights as well as tools and trainings across the full spectrum of National Disability Institutes expertise and initiatives to promote the economic advancement of all people with disabilities.

● Financial Education Resources at RDI

We want to build a world where it’s easier to make healthy financial choices. That’s why we offer a variety of free educational resources and tools to help you with debt management, credit, budgeting and more.

● Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Credit Reports and Scores

Your credit reports and scores have an impact on your finances. This resource can help you better understand them, learn how to correct errors, and improve your credit record over time.

● Hands on Banking

The Hands on Banking® program helps you take charge of your own finances and reach your goals? Just pick your age group and get started!

● First Nations Development Institute: InvestNative  

Invest Native is a online tool directed towards Native American youth and teens. The program has 9 different lessons involving games, music, and interactive lessons.

● MSU Extension Family Economics

This is a great website to view about financing opportunities and external options that might be available to you in addition to the MATL loan program.

● Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Money Smart: A Financial Education Program

Money Smart is an interactive lesson plan created by the FDIC that has different lessons for different skills and age levels.