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PA launches program to help new moms make smart money decisions

The ‘Moms on the Money Trail’ program provides financial knowledge for new moms to be successful in the next steps of their lives

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The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities announced a new financial literacy program tailored to help new and expectant mothers learn more about saving, investing and improving their overall financial health.

The “Moms on the Money Trail” program is a free, noncommercial 10-lesson program that provides critical financial knowledge for new mothers to be successful in the next steps of their lives. Program partners include the Pennsylvania Insurance Department and Pennsylvania Treasury.

“Major life events can be an opportune time to take an assessment of your personal financial capability and seek out relevant, credible and factual information to grow that knowledge,” said Secretary of Banking and Securities Richard Vague. “The department and our partners remain committed to ensuring all Pennsylvanians are able to make wise financial decisions, no matter their stage of life.”

Organizations offering motherhood programs in their communities that are interested in learning more about the MOM Trail program can email informed@pa.gov.

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