Two ways to get your students started on the TurboTax Simulation
Log in with your EVERFI account
Note: By logging into your EVERFI teacher account, you will be able to track student registration and course progress.
- Log in to or register for your EVERFI account here.
- Locate the EVERFI: Financial Literacy for High School course and click “Create Class”.
- Provide your students with the class code to get your students started on the course. The TurboTax Simulation lives within the Employment & Taxes module!
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Note: By accessing the simulation on this site, students will have immediate access but you will not be able to track student registration or course progress.
In the 2022-23 School Year, students who interacted with the TurboTax Simulation saw, on average, a 28 percentage point increase in assessment scores on topics related to Taxes and Employment.
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Use these educator resources to accompany the TurboTax Simulation.
Submit the form to receive access to the following resources:
- Curriculum Guide
- Educator Discussion Guide
- One Pager
- Parent Discussion Guide
- Simulation Outline
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