Improving the financial literacy of children and young people

PostFinance’s contribution to educating young people goes beyond its core business.

Keep your money under control thanks to MoneyFit

Through its commitment to MoneyFit, PostFinance improves the financial literacy of children and young people between the ages of 10 and 19.

MoneyFit is a free course on managing money for use in primary and secondary schools as well as in upper secondary schools. MoneyFit allows students to develop their financial literacy in a fun way.

As one of Switzerland’s leading financial institutions, PostFinance makes a valuable contribution to ensuring that young adults can manage their money independently and responsibly.

A fun way to learn

The MoneyFit course contains teaching materials in printed and digital format as well as online learning games for every school level. Students play games to test their knowledge, and with a bit of luck, could win an attractive prize in the competition.

The course contents are created and continuously enhanced by independent authors based on the current curricula.

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Tips for parents

When children and young people are learning how to manage money, their parents have a part to play too. In the money blog, parents can find out lots of useful information about pocket money, salaries for young people and much more besides.

Learning made easier with card2brain

PostFinance is a premium partner of the digital flashcard system card2brain for the home and on the move. At, students can create their flashcards online and transfer them easily to their smartphone with the mobile app. The web platform also allows users to exchange their own flashcards with friends, create learning groups and benefit from tens of thousands of cards created by other users with card2brain.