During National Financial Literacy Month in April, TCF receives its third consecutive financial education award for providing innovative financial education to teens and adults
“We’re honored to be recognized three consecutive years for our efforts to improve financial education for teens and adults,” said
Honorees were selected based on criteria that included the scale and reach of their financial education initiatives, the duration of their commitment and unique team member volunteering activities that supplement their programs.
“Each year, we travel to the birthplace of the American financial system to honor institutions that are truly dedicated to going above and beyond in service to their communities,” said
TCF is committed to providing teens and adults with the skills and knowledge needed to successfully navigate the increasingly complex financial world we live in. TCF partnered with
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Administered by teachers in a classroom setting, the web-based course offers more than six hours of programming on a variety of financial topics including credit scores, insurance, credit cards, student loans, mortgages, taxes, stocks, savings, 401k plans, and other critical concepts that map to national financial literacy standards. The platform uniquely tracks the progress and performance of every student.
The TCF Financial Fitness Program is a free, online financial education program that helps adults manage their money more effectively, make decisions that strengthen their financial futures and gain confidence in their financial knowledge. The program offers more than 20 courses including building emergency savings, considering home ownership, credit cards, estate planning, financing higher education, identity protection, mobile payments, mortgages, overdraft, retirement 101, taxes and more.
Learn more about TCF’s financial education programs at tcfbank.com/learning.
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