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WASHINGTON-While in town for its June Board meeting, NAFCU’s Board of Directors joined Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary for Financial Education Dan Iannicola for lunch to discuss financial education. At the June 10 luncheon, Iannicola exchanged information with NAFCU’s board on financial literacy efforts. The credit union officials went around the table describing each of their individual credit union’s programs. Iannicola also outlined the work of Treasury and the Financial Literacy Education Commission, which was initiated under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act to avoid duplication of federal government programs.

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