Demonstrating its commitment to financial education, TruMark Financial employees conducted 120 presentations reaching 3,031 students at 14 local high schools through its financial literacy program in 2011.
What does FLP stand for?
FLP stands for Financial Literacy Program (various organizations)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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- Fault Location Panel
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- Festival Leisure Park (shopping centre in Basildon, Essex, England)
- Fighting Landplane (US Navy)
- Fiji Labor Party
- Final Layer Painting
- Financial Law Panel
Samples in periodicals archive:
Since the program's inception, 2,900 UH Manoa students have completed lessons of USA Funds Life Skills, a financial literacy program for college students, and have demonstrated, on average, a statistically significant gain in personal finance knowledge.
The award-winning 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy program (see wwv.
Ask the Money Doctor" to Address Hurricane-Related Financial Questions The AICPA's 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy Program has modified its Web-based discussion forum, "Ask the Money Doctor," to allow CPA financial planners from other parts of the country to answer inquiries from people who were affected by the hurricanes.
He has generously provided contributions from the Federal Reserve Bank with office space for the organization's senior management meetings, as well as staff volunteers for its financial literacy program.
Through the endeavor with TIAA-CREF, CGS will make awards to colleges and universities across the country to develop innovative financial literacy programs that can be tailored to students with a range of financial circumstances and educational goals.
El Paso Employees Federal Credit Union, El Paso, Texas, has partnered with a local library to create a financial literacy program that teaches children and young adults how to handle their finances.
Furthermore, we are offering our free financial literacy program, Debt, Money & Credit Concepts to anyone who would be interested in enhancing their fiscal knowledge.