F&M Bank has introduced a multi-generational approach to financial literacy by adding a youth program to its online education offerings.

The F&M Financial Tools online resource page will now include digital lessons designed specifically for 7th-12th grade students. The five digital lessons were created by EVERFI. Each mobile-friendly lesson covers important financial topics including savings, investing, income, deb and more. F&M Bank is the first financial institution in the state of Tennessee to offer this program.

“We are very excited to improve the Online Education Center on our website to attract middle and high school students,” said Macy Mayfield, F&M Bank Marketing Communication Specialist. “Due to changes in instructional methods, we felt the need to provide a virtual approach to assist in financial literacy. We are kicking off during national Financial Literacy Month. In addition to the online resource, we have scheduled activities throughout the markets we serve. We are very excited to receive feedback from students.”

F&M Bank, headquartered in Clarksville, has assets exceeding $1.2 billion and operates 18 full-service banking offices in Montgomery, Stewart, Robertson, Sumner, Wilson, Rutherford, Putnam, Williamson and Dickson counties. In addition, it operates mortgage-only offices in Rutherford (Murfreesboro), Williamson (Brentwood) and Davidson (Green Hills) counties. For contact information and office locations, visit www.myfmbank.com.

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