February 2 : Investment News
A bill introduced last month would create a federal grant program intended to increase financial literacy among teens and young adults. Called the Young Adults Financial Literacy Act and introduced by Rep. Andre Carson, D-Ind., HR 300 calls for grants to be funneled to organizations that could develop and implement financial education programs for students 15 through 24. The program would include teaching skills such as financial planning, budgeting, saving and managing debt. For more details, visit thomas.loc.gov.