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What Do I Need To Know About Letter 4903?

What Do I Need To Know About Letter 4903? Letter 4903 (LT 26) is a notice issued by the IRS warning you that the agency has no record of receiving your federal tax returns for a certain duration of time, according to TaxHelpAudit.com. LT 26 explains that previous requests to file the returns have gone [...]

What Do I Need To Know About Letter 4903?2017-03-08T14:56:12-08:00

Financial Education Grants for Schools

Success for All Foundation (SFAF) has $50 million to give away to eligible schools to “start or expand research-based, innovative programs that help close academic-achievement gaps and improve outcomes for high-needs students.” SFAF provides $50,000 grants to Title I elementary schools with 200 or more students.  It also stipulates that 40% of the students must [...]

Financial Education Grants for Schools2017-03-08T14:56:33-08:00

Education, Awareness & Sustainability – the NFEC’s Campaign Approach

Financial Education, Awareness & Sustainability – the NFEC’s Campaign Approach The NFEC has sponsored, reviewed, and designed more than a thousand financial education programs. In process, the National Financial Educators Councils team has identified the essential components of financial literacy campaigns that generate the maximum impact. There are three important criteria of a financial education [...]

Education, Awareness & Sustainability – the NFEC’s Campaign Approach2017-03-08T14:56:50-08:00

FED 2014 Honorees

2014 Financial Educator Day Award Honorees The NFEC is proud to present our 2014 Financial Educator Day Award recipients. Below is the full list of honorees by state as well as the nominator's synapse regarding the honoree's contribution to the financial literacy movement.   Alabama Michael C. Sy Penny Southward Alaska Arthur Hussey [...]

FED 2014 Honorees2017-03-08T15:25:55-08:00

Welcome – Insurance Literacy Blog

Welcome – Insurance Literacy Blog Insurance Literacy provides individuals with the tools to make informed decisions on choosing the right types of coverage, terminating coverage they don’t need and maximizing the usefulness of their existing & proposed insurance coverage and premium dollars.  Insurance is a large percentage of an average American’s monthly budget: add up [...]

Welcome – Insurance Literacy Blog2017-03-08T15:44:26-08:00