Retired soldier is passionate about financial literacy

April 11, 2012 at 5:44 pm

A recent article in the Cedar Valley News (WCFCourier.com) shows the ambition and drive of a man dedicated to teach financial literacy.  Read this amazing story.  You will be inspired too.  It is great to see other people as passionate about financial literacy as we are!

Read About it here: http://wcfcourier.com/business/local/retired-soldier-teaching-students-financial-literacy/article_526635c3-a390-5abf-949c-7208a1e868cb.html#ixzz1rloKNvED

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