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|Treasury, Education Departments Announce Initiatives to Raise Awareness About Financial Education|
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Oct. 4, 2002
Excerpt: The event also served as the official launch of the Treasury's Office of Financial Education, which is headed up by Deputy Assistant Secretary for Financial Education Judy Chapa. The Office seeks to develop the most effective ways to better educate all Americans about practical financial skills. This knowledge is the key to Americans making informed decisions on basic saving, retirement planning, credit management and home ownership.
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