CFL News
October 31, 2011

Financial education resource specifically for union members

A new resource created by the AFL-CIO and National Labor College helps union members make difficult personal financial decisions

Trying to get out of debt? Expecting a child? Want to better plan for retirement? In these challenging economic times, union members are looking for trusted, unbiased information to help them make difficult personal financial decisions.  Thanks to a new project by the AFL-CIO and National Labor College, the Investor Education Program can help with tough financial questions on issues such as:

  • Retirement
  • College
  • Buying a home
  • Children
  • Foreclosure
  • Paying off debt
  • Weddings
  • Loss of a loved one

For more information, visit the investor education website at http://invested.nlc.edu.

The program is completely unbiased and free of sales pitches because it's not endorsing or selling any products. You can download the NLC's Investor Handbook, learn about mutual funds, asset allocation and much more. 

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