NITP Free Monthly Webinar Series

The MyMoney Five: Five Building Blocks to Financial Literacy

Thursday, April 14, 2016   2-3 PM EDT

Featured Presenters:
Ray Kirk, Federal Benefits Specialist and Bob Leins, CPA

Target Audience:
ALL Federal Employees

Understanding the financial literacy basics can give you the knowledge and skills to make financial decisions and help you reach your retirement goals. The Financial Literacy and Education Commission (FLEC) has identified five building blocks for financial literacy -- The MyMoney Five. ( )  Keeping these five principles in mind as you make day-to-day decisions and plan your financial goals can help you make better decisions about your retirement plans. 

The five building blocks are:
• Earn
• Save & Invest
• Protect
• Spend
• Borrow

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NITP, Inc.


NITP offers training seminars on Federal Benefits, Financial Planning, Thrift Savings Plan Options/Investments for employees at all stages of their Federal careers: New Employees, Mid-Career Employees, and Pre-Retirement Employees.

The seminars address the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS), the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) as well as the special retirement provision for law enforcement officers, firefighters, and air traffic controllers, when applicable.

We work with your HR/Training Officers to produce the seminar that meets your Federal Agency needs. In addition to Federal Benefits and Financial Planning, available topics include (but not limited to): Income Tax Planning, Estate Planning, Lifetime Health and Fitness, and Transition to Retirement. We have Federal Benefits specialists who can help Federal Employees determine if they are in the wrong retirement system and if they are due any relief under FERCCA, and can explain the VERA /VSIP options, if applicable to the agency.  We can provide classroom instruction, as well as a number of distance learning options. Contact us for more information on topics and modes used to deliver seminars.