Financial Literacy

Fiscal Health & Wellness
Meet your retirement, college saving, business startup or other money management goals with this set of resources compiled by the MICPA! 



Guide to Financial Preparedness

The MICPA Financial Literacy Task Force in partnership with the Hospice of Michigan has created this valuable tool to strengthen the financial well-being of individuals, families or clients.

  Guide to Financial Preparedness


Take Your Financial Inventory

Create a summary of your financial assets and liabilities. Regardless of age or current circumstances, this is an important first step for individuals or families planning for their future.

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Explore our Financial Literacy Curriculum

Educators can utilize this series of in-depth PowerPoint presentations to help prepare and inform students.

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Personal Finance in Michigan Education

On Thursday, Jun. 16, 2022, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed HB 5190, a bill sponsored by Rep. Diana Farrington (R – Utica) and supported by the MICPA, making personal finance courses a requirement for high school graduation. Read More

If you’d like to get involved in supporting these initiatives consider joining the task force!



Read More on Financial Literacy
  • Plotting a Course to Financial Freedom: An MICPA Resource Roadmap

    Apr 10, 2023, 15:49 PM by MICPA
    Few areas of the nation’s economy evolve at the rapid pace of finance, making it difficult for consumers to keep track of the most relevant strategies for managing money. Whether as a tool for strengthening individual financial capability or for teaching financial concepts to others, the MICPA suggests these three financial literacy resources for their comprehensive and regularly updated content.
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  • Understanding Your Personal Cash Flow

    Apr 5, 2023, 15:59 PM by Demetrius Murchison, CPA
    One key principle in financial literacy is understanding your personal cash flow.
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  • Fin Lit Evolution: National Financial Capability Month

    Mar 28, 2023, 11:47 AM by MICPA
    Often used interchangeably, financial literacy and financial capability address a separate set of concerns. As April brings a renewed sense of awareness with its Financial Literacy Month (FLM) initiatives, we explore the difference between knowledge and behavior, and what capability means for long-term financial health.
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AICPA Financial Literacy Resources


360 Degrees of Financial Literacy

The American Institute of CPAs offers a set of comprehensive guides to assist you in managing your finances at every stage of your life. Visit the site for an index of articles, tools and FAQs grouped by age range and situation to make it easy to find the information you need.

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Bank On It
Interactive Game

Imagined by students for students, Bank On It challenges you on the fundamentals of accounting, gives you a taste of work-world scenarios, and reinforces what your learning in the classroom. Put yourself to the test.

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Disasters and Financial Planning

The AICPA, American Red Cross and National Endowment for Financial Education released a new, interactive guide to help people take proactive steps to minimize the potential impact of disasters on their lives and financial well-being.

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Reinventing Mi Retirement

The MICPA is proud to be a partner in the State of Michigan's Reinventing Mi Retirement initiative - making information and materials available to Michiganders of all ages to help them plan a secure financial future!