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In celebration of April as Financial Literacy Month, check out events below:
Financial Literacy Month Proclamation 2014
National Employee Benefits Day is April 2
This year, the focus is to increase awareness of the retirement crisis, and to help plan sponsors motivate participants to actively engage in their financial wellness. MORE.
National JumpStart Coalition for Financial Literacy State Leaders Meeting is April 8, 2014
Money Smart Week is April 5-12, 2014
A series of free classes and activities designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances, sponsored by the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank. MORE.
National Retirement Planning Week is April 7-11, 2014
Promotes activities that will demonstrate that it is possible to “Retire On Your Terms” if comprehensive retirement plans are properly developed and managed, sponsored by the Insured Retirement Institute. MORE.
Financial Literacy Day on the Hill is April 10, 2014
12:00 – 3:30 p.m. Hart Senate Building, Washington DC. Free and Open to all.
Teach a Child to Save Day – April 11, 2014
A national campaign that raises awareness about the important role that banks and bankers play in helping young people develop lifelong savings habits, sponsored by the American Bankers Association Education Foundation. MORE.
National Credit Education Week is April 20-26, 2014
Seeks to educate consumers about budgeting, using credit wisely and protecting their access to credit in order to ensure success in their personal financial goals, sponsored by ACA International. MORE.
National Credit Union Youth Week, April 20-26, 2014
Show youth they can become Super Savers by visiting – and saving at their credit union, sponsored by Credit Union National Association (CUNA), click on Marketing and Member Education.