ROSELAND – Financial illiteracy is a national crisis. Personal bankruptcies have surged and, according to a recent survey, 26 percent of Americans admit to not paying all their bills on time. It’s clear, Americans need more and better financial education.
The New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA) is again undertaking a major effort to meet the needs of Garden State residents with information about managing their personal finances more effectively.
To make financial literacy a year-round concept, the NJSCPA is offering its annual handy 2010 Financial Fitness calendar. Monthly topics are highlighted, including “Is Now a Good Time to Refinance a Mortgage?”, “Savvy Strategies for Tax Refunds,” “Investing in Your Career” and others. A complimentary copy of this insightful, full-color calendar is available at www.MoneyMattersNJ.com/Calendar.
Visitors to the MoneyMattersNJ.com website will find facts, strategic insight and useful tips organized in helpful categories that match today’s lifestyles. Visitors can subscribe to Your Money Matters, a free monthly e-newsletter, packed with up-to-the-minute news and information.
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