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WASHINGTON-The Financial Literacy and Education Commission is seeking public comment on the development of a national strategy to promote financial literacy. NCUA Chairman JoAnn Johnson and several other regulators are members of the commission, which was created under Title V of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003. The notice in the Federal Register posed three questions: 1) What are the three most important issues that the national strategy should address, and why? 2) What existing resources may be used to address those issues, and how could they be employed? 3) What are the best ways to improve financial literacy and financial education in the United States? Oct. 31 is the deadline for comments.

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