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Michigan Credit Unions, Detroit, are hosting a 75-part marathon event to provide financial education services to the surrounding community. The weeklong initiative, known as Money Smart Week, was started at a kick-off breakfast held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Detroit branch. The educational program, originally created in Chicago in 2002, has expanded to Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin and Michigan and features a Financial Literacy Legislative Challenge in which 48 lawmakers travel to local schools with credit unions to encourage youth involvement.

Peter Westerman

Credit Union Times

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