TDCI Securities Division Honored for Work Encouraging Greater Financial Literacy Among Tennessee’s Military FamiliesAgency Supports Tennessee’s Active Duty and Retired Military Members
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (TDCI) proudly announces that TDCI’s Securities Division recently received the Savings Champion Award from Military Saves, the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit dedicated to encouraging greater financial literacy among members of the military.
The Savings Champion Award is a national recognition for organizations for their work during Military Saves Month. Held each April, Military Saves Month is an annual opportunity for the entire military community to make a plan to start or increase saving and for organizations to support good saving behavior. The Savings Champion Award was bestowed on organizations by a selection committee comprised of Military Saves staﬀ and leadership in all program initiatives.
“I am honored that our team was recognized by Military Saves for helping Tennessee’s bravest and most courageous citizens learn the importance of financial literacy and how to create good financial habits,” said TDCI Assistant Commissioner Elizabeth Bowling. “Tennessee’s military families know they can count on TDCI’s Securities Division all year long to support them as they serve our state and our nation.”
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About Military Saves: Military Saves is coordinated by the nonprofit Consumer Federation of America and is an initiative of America Saves. The program is a participant in the Department of Defense’s Financial Readiness Network. Military Saves is a research-based campaign that uses the principles of social marketing and behavioral economics to motivate, support, and encourage the entire military community, including veterans, to save money and build wealth by taking the Military Saves Pledge. Military Saves also works with government agencies, defense credit unions, military banks, and nonprofit organizations to promote savings and debt reduction. For more, please visit MilitarySaves.org.