ARKANSAS FINANCIAL EDUCATION COMMISSION
Helping Arkansans achieve financial well-being through education and networking,
for now and for future generations.
The Arkansas Financial Education Commission was established by Act 1025 of 2021 during the 93rd General Assembly. Sen. Missy Irvin and Rep. Bruce Cozart co-sponsored the legislation.
The Financial Education Commission was formed to help respond to our state’s need for – and access to – free educational resources that will help Arkansans in all geographic areas and socioeconomic backgrounds achieve financial well-being.
The nine-person Commission operates under the authority of the Arkansas State Treasurer. Six members represent state financial or education agencies and three members come from the Arkansas public, private or nonprofit sector.
Members of the inaugural Arkansas Financial Education Commission in April 2022.
HISTORY & IMPACT
See the legislation that established the Arkansas Financial Education Commission, along with media announcements and other newsworthy items.
Learn more about the members of the Arkansas Financial Education Commission.