Financial Education

Financial wellness means having financial security and freedom in the present and in the future. These financial education resources can help people with disabilities increase their knowledge of personal finances and achieve financial wellness.

Learn about NDI’s Financial Resilience Center (FRC), an online resource center for people with disabilities and chronic health conditions, their families and communities. The FRC offers trusted answers to frequently asked questions in a variety of areas including money management. Join NDI's Financial Resilience Center mailing list to get updates on new financial resilience materials and resources. Sign up for the FRC listserv.

Veterans Benefits Administration Financial Literacy Information and Resources provides resources to help a veteran and their family manage finances.

Virtual Financial Counseling and/or Coaching is available through the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE®). These financial professionals are available nationwide and are informed about disability-related concerns around money management and financial wellness. Sessions are free of cost.

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has great information on personal finance. You can learn more about savings and investing and risk and return on the FINRA website or by subscribing to updates.

The ABLE National Resource Center’s Webinar Archives List and ABLE Podcast Episodes are available to access any time. The content covered will help financially empower you with information you need to open, understand and use an ABLE account.