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LEXINGTON PARK, Md.-Treasury Assistant Secretary for Financial Institutions Wayne Abernathy and the new Deputy Assistant Secretary for Financial Education, Dan Iannicola Jr. visited Cedar Point Federal Credit Union here to recognize their retirement planning efforts. Abernathy presented a certificate recognizing CPFCU for its retirement education program. He stated that “a key function of the Office of Financial Education is to identify sound, effective financial education programs around the country and highlight their efforts. The Cedar Point Federal Credit Union’s retirement planning program exemplifies best practices in the field of financial education and serves as a model for others to emulate.” NAFCU highlighted $178 million Cedar Point’s efforts to Treasury, according to NAFCU Communications Manager John Zimmerman. NAFCU Senior Vice President and General Counsel Bill Donovan and Zimmerman attended the ceremony. “We are delighted to be part of a program that highlights such an important example of what so many credit unions around this nation have put their full attention to-bringing financial education opportunities to members,” Donovan said. “NAFCU has strongly supported and participated in financial education and literacy efforts sponsored by private sector organizations, members of Congress and the Administration.” Cedar Point is a $178 million federal credit union located in Lexington Park, Md.

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