The Financial Literacy Resource Center provides information and turnkey resources for CPAs to use in volunteer efforts. From talking to elementary school students about money basics to organizing workplace brown bags on retirement planning, thousands of CPAs volunteer annually as part of the 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy effort. To ask about getting started or to share your volunteer activities, e-mail financialliteracy@aicpa.org.

    The AICPA has created turnkey resources, organized by life stage, from Tweens & Teens through Retirees, to support your financial literacy efforts.

    360 Degrees of Financial literacy is a national volunteer effort of the nation’s CPAs to help Americans understand their personal finances and develop money management skills.

    Volunteer tools include kits focused on various life stages, PowerPoint presentations with notes and fact sheets to help you effectively communicate with your audiences.

    Feed the Pig 

    The AICPA, in partnership with the Ad Council, launched the next phase of its award-winning Feed the Pig campaign with the release of new public service advertisements. The new tagline, tested extensively through focus groups and surveys, emphasizes this point: When it comes to financial stability, don’t get left behind. There are people just like you who are making good financial decisions every day. To learn how you can join them, and take control of your financial future, visit feedthepig.org.  

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    Save Wisely. Spend Happily. Launches! 

    Save Wisely, Save Happily: Real Stories about Money and How to Thrive from Trusted Advisors. The book has been published in honor of the AICPA’s 125th Anniversary and edited by best-selling financial author and CPA Sharon Lechter and launched at the Fall 2012 meeting of the AICPA's governing Council.

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