About Money Talks
“Money Talks” financial literacy program strongly supports the Securities Division’s goal to empower, educate, and encourage students in Georgia. Money Talks is led by a moderator and panel of Georgia speakers from various financial sectors to educate students on practical money skills which includes, budgeting, saving and investing, maximizing income, credit and loans, and minimizing the cost of college.
Students are given free financial literacy booklets provided by the Securities Division called the Investor & Financial Literacy Guide, Strategies for Investing Wisely & Avoiding Financial Fraud, as well as, Starting Your Financial Future: Making Informed Decisions When Starting Your New Job.
“Students are taking on new roles in the economy—choosing a college or career, getting their first job, and receiving their first paychecks. The Georgia Secretary of State is committed to financially empowering our students, equipping them with the knowledge and skills they need to make good money decisions,” said Noula Zaharis, Division Director.
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If you are interested in partnering with us, please Email or call Financial Literacy Outreach: (404) 693-2793