Free Financial Literacy Program

S. N.
April 2011
Black Enterprise;Apr2011, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p32
The article reports that the personal finance and budgeting website Mint, www.mint.com, is offering free online financial literacy program for middle school students, teachers, and families, focusing on budgeting, saving and setting financial goals, in time for Financial Literacy Awareness Month in April 2011.


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