Page Content Financial Literacy Tools & Resources Brochures and Graphics These brochures and graphics may be linked, downloaded, or printed. Glossary Become an educated consumer by taking the mystery out of commonly used financial terms. Calendar of Events This financial literacy calendar lists annual events, topics and opportunities for consumers and credit unions to promote and engage with throughout the year. Lesson Plans & Resources Educators and parents can use these plans and resources to teach youth, tweens, and teens about saving, spending, budgeting, and the value of money. College Scorecard Plan your entire financial aid packages online for all of the schools that you are considering. Mortgage Loan Calculators Compare monthly payments and the amount of equity you would build with several kinds of fixed and adjustable rate mortgages. Consumer Loan Calculator Explore your consumer loan, including the effect of adjusting number of payments, principal, and interest rate on your monthly payment. Personal Budgeting Worksheet Take a close look at your income and expenses with this helpful worksheet that can identify where you might have room to save. Consumer Resources Use these references and tools to make better informed financial decisions. Savings & Retirement Estimate Get estimates based on your actual Social Security earnings record with this calculator. FAQs Locate answers in the Knowledge Base to a wide variety of frequently asked questions. Share Insurance Estimator Are your deposits insured? Find out with NCUA’s electronic Share Insurance Estimator. Games & Activities Test your financial knowledge with these games and activities for all ages. Videos View NCUA’s Consumer Report and Consumer Protection Update videos on current financial hot topics. Webinars NCUA’s financial literacy webinar series covers current hot topics, best practices, resources, and more for consumers and credit unions. Visit MyMoney.gov for more financial tools and calculators. Visit Pocket Cents, NCUA’s financial literacy microsite and play Hit the Road, NCUA’s financial adventure game.