Please note: The address for the FinanceChallenge has changed to http://FinanceChallenge.unl.edu/

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The National Personal Finance Challengeis an opportunity for students to demonstrate their knowledge of Personal Finance by competing with other students across the nation in a three-round competition. The two teams with the highest scores will then compete for the national title in a fast-paced "Quiz Bowl" round.

In the spring of 2015 we will crown a new National Personal Finance Championship team. Students and teachers will have a chance to win cash prizes, enjoy an exciting day of challenging competition, and competitors from other states!

The National Personal Finance Challenge will be held Friday, May 22, 2015 at the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City.

The National Personal Finance Challenge Challenge is the culminating event to state challenges across the country. Participating states use the Finance Challenge Online portal to offer the online round in their states. Top teams then compete at exciting on-site events to crown their state champion. This year, those state winners will go on to compete in Kansas City to determine a National Champion. In order to see if your state has a Personal Finance Challenge, click here and then select your state. Instructions for registration will be included on your state's page.

There is no cost to either teachers or students to participate in the Personal Finance Challenge ONLINE! For teams continuing on to the national finals, funding is available through a generous grant from Wells Fargo Advisors to cover each team's travel and accommodations to Kansas City.

The National Personal Finance Challenge and the Financial Capability Challenge are different things. For information on the difference between the two challenges, click here. Note: The U.S Treasury Department has not run the Financial Capability Challenge since 2012.

Click here for rules and guidelines.

Click here for the competition teacher's guide.


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