Be Money Smart

Having a CalABLE account is a great start. But knowing more about managing your finances can help you achieve a better life experience. Check out these resources to help you be money smart.


Educate yourself.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) financial education program can help people of all ages enhance their financial skills with proven tools and strategies.

Learn how to educate yourself


Study the basics.

Developed by the Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation, this guide helps individuals with disabilities and their families understand the fundamentals of financial literacy.

Learn the basics


Build financial resilience.

Developed by over 20 federal entities working together, mymoney.gov features articles, information, and educational games designed to help you understand financial planning.

Learn about financial resilience


Improve your fiscal well-being.

The National Disability Institute (NDI) offers training and technical assistance on how to deliver financial education, coaching, counseling, and strategies designed to meet the needs of the disability community.

Learn about fiscal well-being