The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors has come up with a response to concerns about Americans’ financial literacy: a one-hour financial literacy course that NAIFA members can offer in their own communities.
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The Falls Church, Virginia-based group is introducing the financial literacy curriculum today in Tysons, Virginia, at the group’s ninth annual Success Summit meeting.
NAIFA members can use the court to teach consumers about personal finance.
NAIFA says its members are in a good position to improve financial literacy, because NAIFA members work with families and small businesses every day and can see the gaps in knowledge.