A webpage offering financial education resources for consumers has been created by the Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the two organizations announced Monday.

The webpage information includes financial tools and highlights educational initiatives and offerings from FSR member companies and the CFPB. The resources include programs for students in kindergarten through high school, workplace financial education and older Americans’ financial education.

“FSR is pleased to partner with the CFPB to ensure that American consumers can easily find the help and information they need for all stages of their financial lives,” says FSR Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility Judy Chapa.

The financial education webpage can be found at www.fsrroundtable.org/finlitresources.com.

The webpage is one of several programs created from the FSR and CFPB's public-private initiative that launched in January to promote financial education across the country. CFPB, through its Office of Financial Education, and FSR work together to facilitate the gathering and sharing of information about financial education strategies, to encourage adoption of financial education initiatives for K-to-12 schools and in the workplace, and to protect older Americans from financial exploitation.