The FDIC Promotes the Economic Inclusion of People with Disabilities

The National Center on Leadership for the Employment and Economic Advancement of People with Disabilities (LEAD Center) has published an article in its December 2017 issue about how the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is promoting the financial inclusion of underserved populations through its Alliances for Economic Inclusion (AEIs). The FDIC has released four series of modules free of charge for different age groups under the name Money Smart, and has provided a Supplement for Instructors/Trainers: Scenarios for Financial Inclusion that will help expand understanding of the modules’ topics.

Read the article here.

The Money Smart modules can be found here: For Young Adults, For Adults, For Older Adults, For Small Business


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