Governor Declares April Financial Literacy Month

April 6, 2015 at 10:40 am

MSWProclamationSigngingIowa Governor Terry Branstad has recently signed two proclamations to support financial literacy.

First, on March 9, he signed a proclamation declaring April 18-25 Money Smart Week. Members of the Jump$tart Coalition attended the proclamation signing (pictured above).

Then, on April 1, he also signed another proclamation declaring the month of April Financial Literacy month. In the proclamation, he states, “the state of Iowa believes knowledge of personal finance is essential for the success of citizens and state.”

Click here to learn more about how you can participate in financial literacy activities during Money Smart Week and Financial Literacy Month.

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