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Financial Literacy

As your Knowledge Bank, we've designed programs to help us share what we know so you can better understand your money.

Knowledge on a mission.

When our neighbors make smarter financial choices, our entire community wins. Whether you're looking to buy a home or learning to budget your finances, our financial literacy programs are designed to teach people of all ages about making smart financial decisions, so they can build a brighter future.

We'd love to hear from you.

If your school would like Beneficial representatives to come and teach a financial literacy lesson, please get in touch with us.

In the Community

Programs and Initiatives

Teaching Children to Save

Beneficial representatives visit schools throughout the year teaching students about the importance of savings and making smart financial choices.

Bordentown High School

Our accredited programs teach students to create a budget, save and invest, give to charity and more.

Knowledge & Cents Financial Literacy Program

Beneficial Bank‘s Knowledge & Cents Financial Literacy Program is an interactive web-based course that allows students to use real-world situations to learn about finances using gaming and other interactive tools.

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Interactive Financial Literacy Program

Our Knowledge and Cents program teaches students valuable information on a wide range of topics, including saving, investing, and credit.

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Learning on location

We see ourselves as financial educators which is why we've created a new kind of banking experience. Each campus is designed specifically to teach you more about your money and how to make smarter financial decisions, with unique features including:

Community Space
Free Wi-Fi meeting space for community organizations to use the campus lounge and conference rooms for meetings.

Educational Workshops
Every week, we hold free financial classes, open to all members of the community.

Knowledge Bar
Complimentary coffee bar invites customers to grab a cup and take a tour of FinanceWorks, Beneficial's online personal finance resource.

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Financial Learning Library
Stocked with books and e-readers that provide consumers with the financial know-how they need to confidently approach any stage in life.

Little Learners’ Corner
Full of activities and books to teach children about money and saving.

Conversation Stations
Experts are available at the campuses for one-on-one conversations about customers' financial goals and questions.




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USA PATRIOT Act

To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, the USA PATRIOT Act requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account.

What this means for you – When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver’s license and other identifying documents.