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Be on the lookout in coming months for Alan Greenspan on television.
Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, is featured in a public service announcement the Fed has developed to promote personal financial education.
Available in English and Spanish, the television spot directs viewers to a web site (www.federalreserveeducation.org) with links to information on personal finances. A free brochure, There's a Lot to Learn about Money, is also available.
The television campaign kicks off a series of financial education events sponsored by Federal Reserve banks around the country.
New products and changes in the financial market leave consumers with a lot to learn about managing money. The Fed has undertaken this initiative because educated consumers are key to a healthy economy.
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