Events for Financial Literacy Month

April 11, 2012

By Katie Bryan, America Saves communications manager

It’s Financial Literacy Month and a number of organizations are holding free events to help you improve your finances. From webinars for college seniors to learning how to live on less during retirement, there is a free event out there for you.

Today (4/11/2012)

Tuesday 4/17/2012

  • Learn How to Live on Less in Retirement with the Ultimate Cheapskate! AARP Financial Webinars

Wednesday 4/18/2012

  • Key Financial Steps for College Seniors and Young Workers
    • U.S. Department of Labor will be joined by speakers from the Consumer Federation of America/America Saves, the National Endowment for Financial Education, and the Society for Financial Education and Professional Development
    • 4:00 pm to 5:15pm EDT
    • Click Here to Register

Thursday 4/19/2012

 

  • Financial Implications of Divorce web presentation – U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture

Tuesday 4/24/2012

 

  • 5 Tips to Help You Avoid Investment Fraud and Protect Your Finances. AARP Financial Webinars

Wednesday 4/25/2012

  • BBB Secure Your ID Day – BBB.org
  • Taxes: Start Your Financial Plan Here – Jumpstart  
    • Your tax return can be a roadmap to your financial goals. So don’t file it and forget it. Use it.
    • 1:30 pm, EDT
    • Click Here to Register

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