Tuesday, April 10, 2007

American Institute of CPAs and National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) Join Forces

A five-module program called Money $ense, designed to improve financial stability among African-Americans, was jointly announced by the AICPA and NABA recently. Modules include debt management, investing, saving, financial planning and budgeting. The program is comparable to the 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy operated by the AICPA. NABA will introduce Money $ense in each of its 50 chapters (37 cities) this year. Its goal is for 3000 participants per year, primarily younger African-Americans.

Best wishes to the NABA on a worthwhile initiative. I hope that NABA and Junior Achievement can work out ways to get Money $ense into middle schools and high schools.


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