Financial Literacy Resources

Here are a few calculators that can help you manage your finances:

This one helps with loan payment and interest calculations for student loans, car loans and more.     

Muskingum County Library Resources:

Learn about financial literacy and improve your money management skills with the LinkedIn Learning Financial Literacy Education database.

This online resource provides users with access to over 40 video courses and tutorials on a variety of topics related to financial literacy, including budgeting, debt management, investing, and retirement planning.

It's important to note that the library card and access to the database is completely free of charge. To obtain a library card, users can register at any of our six library locations, or online at If you register for a digital library card online, you will receive instant access to our online resources, including the LinkedIn Learning Financial Literacy Education database.

Once you have a library card, you can access the LinkedIn Learning Financial Literacy Education database through our Research Databases page on our website under the "Research" tab. Alternatively, you can go directly to the database by visiting

This calculator will help you determine interest on savings.

Website resource for College Students with great financial tips and information:

Resource for teaching kids about money:

Online courses:

Coalitions and organization for financial education: - Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy National Council for Economic Education - Ohio Council on Economic Education

Money Smart - Offered by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Money Smart is an adult education program that teaches the basics of financial literacy. For more information visit

Free Apps:

-Every Dollar - A free budgeting app.