Wednesday, April 13, 2011

NFCC Launches Financial Literacy Month

Have you ever thought about more effectively managing your family’s finances? Could you use some advice on ways to make changes in your financial habits to best suit your busy family? Now is the time to take control. In recognizing April as Financial Literacy Month, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) is offering several resources to help you take those important steps.


Even though every month should already be Financial Literacy Month, at the NFCC, April is especially significant. An NFCC financial expert is available to answer the personal financial literacy questions that many have always wondered about, but have never asked. This exclusive interview opportunity can provide the guidance and support needed to help you find the path to financial success.

In addition, this year's National Survey Results on Consumer Financial Literacy will be revealed to provide a snapshot of the state of personal financial literacy in this country. Those interested can look for these results in late April and in the meantime, are encouraged to visit http://www.nfcc.org/NewsRoom/FinancialLiteracy/index.cfm to view past years' survey results detailing areas in which most people have needed help.

Interested in learning even more about financial literacy this month? Here's how:
Help stress the importance of Financial Literacy Month by encouraging your family and friends to take control of their finances this April. The NFCC is here to help.

Disclosure: I have not received any compensation for passing along this information to you.

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