News & Updates
This is an example of how much money you can accumulate by investing $25 – $250 over 5 – 18 years. I hope you will implement this tip.
Sean Cunningham, an economics teacher at Ben Bolt-Palito Blanco High School in Alice, Texas recently used our latest resource in the classroom.
In July we recognize Military Consumer Month. During this month, we strive to increase awareness of financial readiness for servicemembers, veterans, and their families.
JACOR contacted Senator Warnock to inform him of the importance of financial literacy and determine if he was aware of any additional programs or services to assist with the need.
High school students in Georgia will soon have guaranteed access to a personal finance course before they graduate.
Did you know April is Financial Literacy Month? Join JACOR and Jones County Public Library for a special presentation and learn how to find financial freedom.
We are thrilled to announce the top 3 winners of our financial literacy essay contest: Parker Ogle, Savannah Jones and Leticia Olvera.
Thanks to a grant from the Lynn and Brick Nelson Fund, the JACOR Foundation, Inc. will offer every Jones County Schools Pre-K student the initial $25.00 to establish their Path2College 529 Plan!
Excited to announce we made our first Ugift contribution to a Jones County Pre-K student’s Path2College 529 Plan.
It’s never too early to start saving. In fact, the sooner you start, the better.