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A total of 308 public libraries and other locations in 12 states and jurisdictions took part in the 2016 DASH for the STASH investor education and protection program and contest conducted by theInvestor Protection Institute (IPI) and state securities agencies. The unique, “scavenger hunt”-like contest attracted an estimated 3,200 individuals at participating locations who learned and then were quizzed about key investing topics: financial fraud, building a nest egg, selecting financial advisers, and the cost of investment fees. From the total pool of more than 800 people submitting completed responses, 12 individuals providing correct answers - one in each participating jurisdiction - were randomly selected to receive $1,000 IRA contributions ... HIGHLIGHTED EVENT: Want to learn more about investing? Attend an AAII Local Chapter Meeting near you ...

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A foundation partnering for the financial well-being of the public, the National Endowment for Financial Education� (NEFE�) evolved from and served as the parent entity of the Denver-based, non-profit College for Financial Planning, which was founded in 1972 as the nation's first financial planning educational institution. NEFE is the only private, nonprofit foundation wholly dedicated to educating Americans about personal finance and empowering them to make positive and sound decisions in order to reach their financial goals. NEFE is completely non-partisan, unbiased and focused on consumer education, providing a crucial voice against the rapid rise in unchecked consumer spending and debt accumulation.


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