Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission

Annual Reports

Each year, the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission produces its annual report summarizing the initiatives, leadership, and results of the Commission

A hallmark year for financial education in Tennessee

Treasurer Lillard watching as Tennessee students learn on the Vault interactive financial education modules

"The Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission remains steadfast in its charge to promote and improve financial literacy across the state of Tennessee.

2017 was a hallmark year for the Commission, as it both increased the impact and expanded the reach of its programming."

- Treasurer David H. Lillard, Jr.

Download the 2017 TNFLC annual report

The Vault Performance Dashboard


18800+
56630
28315
36%

To date, the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission has worked to provide access to Vault—Understanding Money interactive online program to more than 172 Tennessee elementary schools and 22,767 students.

Scores before lessons

Responsible Money Choices
61%
Income and Careers
61%
Savings and Investing
55%

Scores after lessons

Responsible Money Choices
90%
Income and Careers
87%
Savings and Investing
83%

* Results as of December 31, 2017

"Walking into these classrooms, I was blown away by the enthusiasm and dedication of the students at East Side Elementary in Elizabethton, Delano Elementary in Memphis, and Thomas Magnet School in Shelbyville. Listening to these young students’ enthusiastic conversations around responsible financial decision-making truly shows the results of the Commission’s hard work."

- Treasurer David H. Lillard, Jr.

Map of Tennessee showing locations of 2017 educator summits

More than 4300 educators trained in the Financial Fitness for Life® Curriculum

2017 summits were offered in Columbia, Cookeville, Chattanooga, Tullahoma, Memphis, Nashville, Morristown, Knoxville, Jackson, Dyersburg, and Blountville.

Financial Empowerment Resource Library

The TNFLC launched 18 online self-paced adult-learning modules, covering financial topics including Budgeting, Building an Emergency Savings, Credit Scores and Reports, Homeownership, Checking Accounts, and Retirement.

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TNFLC Annual Report to the General Assembly

Each year, the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission produces its annual report summarizing the initiatives, leadership, and results of the Commission in furthering financial education across Tennessee.

Download the 2017 TNFLC Annual Report

Contact Us

Have questions about financial education?  We're here to help!

Bill Parker, Director

(615) 532.5892

tn.flc@tn.gov

Mailing Address

Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission
P.O. Box 198782

Nashville, TN  37219-2956