Office of Financial Literacy (OFL)
The Office of Financial Literacy promotes financial literacy as a life skill and provides information to the public on matters of personal finance and investor protection. OFL leads and originates initiatives on financial and economic literacy and capability in order to expand opportunities and security to Wisconsin residents. OFL acts as a catalyst for change in elevating financial literacy and capability to youth and adults through partnerships with DFI stakeholders.
"The State of Wisconsin views financial literacy as a vital life skill but one that challenges people."
—Wisconsin Financial Literacy Report 2011
OFL In the Media
Read about the Wisconsin Office of Financial Literacy in the Media.
2014 4th Annual WI Summit of Financial Literacy
|Governor's Council on Financial Literacy|
|Money Smart Week Wisconsin|
|National Institute of Financial and Economic Literacy|
|WI Financial Literacy Study (K-12)
WI Department of Public Instruction – Personal Finance (Resource guide)
WI Model Academic Standards on Personal Financial Literacy (PDF: 2.3 MB / 56 pages)
Wisconsin's Vision for Entrepreneurship Education (PDF: 2.6 MB / 57 pages)
Workplace Financial Literacy
WI Employer Financial Wellness Input Survey
|Resource Center (Parents, Teachers and Students)|
|Financial Wellness Checklist|
- 2011 Financial Literacy Report (PDF: 1.5 MB / 36 pages)
- The Wisconsin Model (PDF: 586 KB / 56 pages)
- The Wisconsin Curriculum Guide (2004) (PDF: 142 KB / 8 pages)
- Recommendations for Strengthening Financial Competitiveness in Wisconsin by 2005 – Final Report (PDF: 1 MB / 87 pages)
For additional information, you may contact the Office of Financial Literacy at (608) 267-1713.