To educate those who serve.
About this course:  

Congratulations and welcome to Money Matters Online. First Command Educational Foundation developed the Money Matters curriculum to help fill the gap in financial literacy education for young people. Mastering the information in Money Matters Online will help you gain the financial savvy necessary for immediate and long-term success. We hope you enjoy this course, and we wish you the best in a lifetime of financial endeavors.

The topics covered in this curriculum have been developed for educational purposes only and should not be used as financial advice, guidance, or for financial planning purposes. Please consult a professional advisor regarding your specific personal financial plans.

Lead Title Sponsor ($250,000)

First Command Financial Services
1 FirstComm Plaza
Fort Worth, Tx 76109-4999

Platinum Sponsor ($10,000)

Consumer Service Alliance of Texas
PO Box 4866
Austin, Texas 78765-4866

Atmos Energy Corporation
P.O. Box 650205
Dallas, Texas 75265-0205
Jay Novacek & Associates
2901 Cityplace West Boulevard Ste. 701
Dallas, TX 75204

Gold Sponsor ($5,000)

Thoughtwire Media
Dr. Nancy Spiker
Venetian Custom Homes

Silver Sponsor ($1,000)

Andres Construction
Vickie C. Mauldin
Rick and Sue McManus
Dick and Doris Terrell
LTCI Partners, LLC
American Independent Marketing and Golden Care USA
Denise and Steve McCune (McConstruction)
"Eighty-four percent of undergraduates indicated they needed more education on financial management topics. In fact, 64 percent would have liked to receive information in high school and 40 percent as college freshman."
How Undergraduate Students Use Credit Cards: Sallie Mae's National Study of Usage Rates and Trends, 2009

Before you begin this course, you should download and read the Student Manual for Money Matters Online. It will provide you with important information for logging in and working with the course.

Our original book-based curriculum, now called Money Matters Reference, is available to users of Money Matters Online. To access Money Matters Reference, log into Money Matters Online and click on the Money Matters Reference button at the top of the page.