The Michigan Credit Union League has held its Legislative Financial Literacy Challenge for 10 years, so the basics are in place for this year's event in April, according to Kieran Marion, director of government affairs.

Once again Michigan lawmakers will be invited to join with participating credit unions during National Financial Literacy Month for financial education events. Activities may take place in a school, credit union or elsewhere in a community.

A decade of experience doesn't mean there isn't some fine-tuning from time to time. For example, this year participating credit unions and lawmakers will receive a Biz Kid$ presentation kit from the National Credit Union Foundation including a DVD of a television episode. There will also be a printed lesson plan.

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