TS Bank Institute and Iowa Bankers Association Awarded

January 31, 2014 at 6:55 pm

The Iowa Division of Banking (IDOB), a member of the Iowa Jump$tart Coalition, is pleased to announce it has awarded financial literacy grants to TS Bank Institute and the Iowa Bankers Association. The legislature appropriated $100,000 to the IDOB to fund programs leveraging banks’ expertise to provide financial literacy education programs to Iowans.

Read the full Press Release here:

Financial Literacy Funding Press Release

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