Michigan CUs Still Tops in Financial LiteracyOutreach

MADISON, Wis. — For the eighth consecutive year Michigan creditunions have once again managed to set the pace for financialliteracy.

According to the National Youth Involvement Board, anorganization that tracks youth financial literacy outreach,Michigan credit unions provided 1,998 personal finance classroompresentations, educating a total of 41,514 students.

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