• Financial Literacy on the Hill Day

    Co-Chairs Rep. Stivers and Rep. Beatty, along with the Jump$start Coalition, hosted this year's event
  • Celebrate Financial Literacy Month 2017

    Co-Chairs Rep. Beatty and Rep. Stivers introduce House Resolution 243, recognizing April as Financial Literacy Month
  • Financial Literacy important to all

    Financial Literacy Month is about empowering Americans to take control of their fiscal futures, whether by opening a first savings account, planning for a retirement, or learning something new about finances.

Our Mission

The goal of the Financial and Economic Literacy Caucus is to improve the financial literacy and economic education of all individuals across the United States during all stages of their lives.

The Caucus pursues this goal by informing Members of Congress about resources for their constituents, ensuring that Executive Branch agencies coordinate their financial literacy activites and pursue proven strategies, and by drafting and supporting legislation that furthers the goals of the Caucus.


Latest News

Apr 24, 2018 Editorial

From deciding whether to spend an allowance, to choosing a university and putting a down payment on a house, no matter what stage of life we are in, we are required to make financial decisions.

Apr 17, 2018 Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C. –U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty (OH-03) and Congressman Steve Stivers (OH-15) recently introduced the Financial Literacy College Education Act, a bill that if enacted would provide colleges, universities and other high institutions of learning with the tools and information to better empower their students to make informed financial decisions.

Apr 9, 2018 Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C. – This April, countless Americans, organizations, nonprofits and other stakeholders are marking Financial Literacy Month by raising awareness on the importance of financial literacy and promoting tools and resources to help more individuals and families develop and maintain healthy financial habits.

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