The Financial Education and Capability Commission, co-chaired by Senator Katherine Klausmeier and Delegate Dana Stein, recently released a calendar of events highlighting financial education opportunities across Maryland. Events will focus on teaching children to save, planning for retirement, saving for college, among many others. From the organization’s press release:
In celebration of National Financial Education Month, the Financial Education and Capability Commission issued a “Knowledge Pay$ Off” calendar highlighting financial education opportunities across Maryland. The calendar lists free financial education classes and events which are open to the public and provide non-biased, fact-based information on a wide variety of financial topics. “We are committed to promoting financial education programs that provide high quality financial education services, so that our residents in Maryland have access to the information they need to build a successful financial life,” states Co-Chairs Senator Katherine Klausmeier and Delegate Dana Stein.
Events are being hosted by the Maryland Bankers Association, Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, Maryland Supplemental Retirement Plans, and the College Savings Plans of Maryland.