Saving for College
Kansans have several tax-advantaged options when it comes to saving for their own or their children's college education.
Kansas State agencies have cooperated to bring you a one-stop shop financial education website. Our goal is to inform you about how to manage and protect your money.
Here's what you'll find on KansasMoney.gov
Manage Your Money
Protect Your Loved Ones and Your $ from Life's Dangers
KansasMoney.gov is a collaborative effort from these state agencies that unifies and simplifies the consumer information available from the State of Kansas.
Includes Kansas Department of Revenue, Kansas State Treasurer’s Office, Attorney General’s Office, State Bank Commissioner of Kansas, Kansas Department of Credit Unions, Kansas Securities Commissioner, Kansas Insurance Department, Speakers Bureau, and File a Complaint
Financial Literacy Organizations and Tools
The deadline for applications to be received by the Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner (KSC) is August 15, 2017. Read more…
When asked about recommending the certificate to his peers he said, “Of course, especially to my friends still within the finance degree program because it would not likely increase the number of credit hours they are already required to complete. I feel non-finance students should also consider working towards this certificate.” Read more…