"The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago is excited to host this important discussion. "Money Smart Week" is a perfect venue to bring together members from the policy community, the non-profit community, and the private sector to help shape this critical issue."
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
"Financial literacy programs raise the quality of life for individuals and families. Visa was one of the first to promote financial literacy programs nationally through our Practical Money Skills for Life program and now through our university financial education portal, What's My Score."
Director of Financial
Education for Visa Inc.
May 1st, 2007 12:00-2:00 PM Central Daylight Time
Q. When is this event
A. This live webcast is on May 1st, 2007, from 12-2 pm Central Daylight Time
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A. On May 1st, 2007, please login to watch the webcast here: http://www.practicalmoneyskills.com/summit2007/webcast.php
Q. How much does this event cost?
A. This event is free.
Q. What if I cannot attend the live webcast. Is there an option to view the event later?
A. Yes. The webcast will be available after the event as an always available on-demand video. Once you register, you will receive an email after the event with the link to listen to the archived recording. You will only need a computer and speakers to listen to the recording. The audio will be provided through your computer. You should receive the email within 2 days of the live event.
Q. What is a webcast? Do I need to travel?
A. A webcast is a web seminar or conference that allows many participants from multiple locations to view the summit without traveling. Webcast participants need only a computer with Internet access.
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