AFSA's Financial Literacy Initiatives
AFSA is committed to helping educate the public on personal finance basics. The association and its members create and support educational programs that focus on empowering individuals to make sound financial decisions and avoid abusive or fraudulent situations.
AFSA achieves these objectives through its Education Foundation, as well as through its involvement with Americans Well-Informed on Automobile Retailing Economics (AWARE).
AFSA Education Foundation
AFSA's Education Foundation is a non-profit entity that seeks to help consumers realize the benefits of responsible money management, understand the credit process, and seek help if credit problems occur.
The AFSA Education Foundation is a founding partner of the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy.
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The AFSA Education Foundation's free personal finance curriculum, MoneySKILL teaches personal finance concepts on income, expenses, saving and investing, credit and insurance to high school, college and middle school students.
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AFSA is a founding member of AWARE, or Americans Well-informed on Automobile Retailing Economics, an industry coalition whose goal is to provide consumers with information, tools, and other resources to better understand the auto financing system.
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