Students Learn Financial Responsibility, Thanks to American Honda Finance Corporation and JA

Young people are often faced with major financial decisions, like buying a car, before they are fully equipped to make those decisions. Junior Achievement USA is helping to change that through our new, updated JA Personal Finance program, thanks to a generous grant from American Honda Finance Corporation. Over the next four years, the redeveloped program will help nearly half-a-million high school students nationwide improve their knowledge of financial literacy all across the United States.

JA Personal Finance helps high school students to understand concepts such as budgeting, investing and saving; as well as how to properly manage their credit. The program also features FinancialTestDrive.org, a new website and online quiz highlighting the financial responsibilities of vehicle ownership.

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