Nonprofit offers work-based financial education

The nonprofit Investor Protection Institute has created a workplace financial-education program that aims to teach workers about savings, credit and investing, as well as the value of participating in employer-based savings programs. Financial-education programs based in the workplace are among the most successful at reaching people, says J. Michael Collins of the Center for Financial Security at the University of Wisconsin.

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