Intuit And Khan Academy Join Forces To Deliver Free Financial Education Resources

Intuit Inc., the global financial technology platform behind popular tools like TurboTax and Credit Karma, has unveiled a strategic partnership with Khan Academy to offer free financial education tools to high school students across the United States. With a collective goal of engaging 50 million students with free learning resources by 2030, the collaboration addresses the financial challenges encountered by Gen-Z. The initiative, driven by Intuit's commitment to building financial confidence, provides students with accessible and engaging content to enhance their financial literacy, covering topics such as credit scores, savings, and responsible borrowing.

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Khan Academy Founder and CEO Sal Khan highlighted the significance of the collaboration, emphasizing how learners can acquire essential knowledge about managing money, making a lasting impact on their financial well-being. The partnership integrates Intuit's expertise in financial technology with Khan Academy's mission to offer a free, world-class education, providing a comprehensive resource to foster financial capability among students. Through this initiative, both organizations aim to contribute to the financial empowerment of individuals and communities. 

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