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Financial Literacy Councils

Many trade associations see the financial education of children as a top priority. Numerous types of programs and materials have been developed. In addition, some associations have gone as far as establishing their own Financial Literacy Council.

North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants


Sixteen committees offer members the opportunity to serve as important liaisons with other professionals and the general public. NCACPA committees and the board of directors interact with the AICPA, NC State Board of CPA Examiners, Financial Accounting Standards Board, the Internal Revenue Service, and other bodies that shape state and national standards.

Financial Literacy

The Financial Literacy Council (Members Only page) will lead the professionís efforts in raising the financial education of North Carolina high school and college students by mobilizing its members, utilizing resources and materials available to CPAs, and leveraging partnerships with like-minded organizations.


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