Financial Literacy

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As a co-chair of the House Financial and Economic Literacy Caucus, I want to connect you with resources and information that can help you navigate through your own personal finances.  


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We are all responsible for our own fiscal futures. Learning about IRAs and mutual funds, regularly contributing money to a savings account, or implementing a retirement plan are just a few steps that can be taken to become more financially secure. These steps can mean the difference between retiring at a time of your choosing and continuing to work well after you hit retirement age.

If you would like to learn more about setting yourself up for financial success, here are a few opportunities and resources to learn more about this important issue:

Jump$tart | A national coalition of organizations dedicated to improving financial literacy in those kindergarten through college.

U.S. Department of the Treasury | The Department of the Treasury lists helpful information and documents in its Resource Center.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation | The FDIC's financial education curriculum, Money Smart, helps low- and moderate-income individuals develop and improve their financial skills and literacy.

State Treasurer of Ohio | The State Treasurer of Ohio offers financial education tools and resources for Ohioans.


Related Documents:

Opinion Piece | Financial Literacy Month

Opinion Piece |
Steve Stivers: Take Time in April to Learn Something New About Finances

Press Release | Congressman Rubén Hinojosa Welcomes New Co-Chair of Financial and Economic Literacy Caucus


Financial Literacy Legislation of Note:

114th Congress

H.R. 1908

113th Congress

H.Res.172          H.R. 3374
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