Financial Literacy Resources

Providing financial literacy to those in need.

Understanding personal finances can be overwhelming. Let our Financial Literacy Committee help.


If you're involved with an organization or community group that could benefit from CPAs' expertise, consider connecting with the COCPA Financial Literacy Committee. Or, take advantage of the financial literacy resources below.

Advocacy Team
ABout the COCPA financial literacy committee

Among the COCPA’s many volunteer committees is its Financial Literacy Committee, which works to develop programs that promote financial literacy to those in need.

Committee activities include partnering with the Mile High United Way’s United for Business initiative, which pairs experts with small business owners to provide accounting and business-management assistance, and assisting student groups such as DECA and Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).

To schedule a customized presentation to learn how your organization can partner with the Financial Literacy Committee, contact Stacy Svendsen, Engagement and Programs Specialist, at | 303-741-8613.

CPAs contribute to their communities in myriad ways. Whether improving small business leaders' financial literacy to help them make informed business decisions, helping community members plan for major life events and sound financial futures, or otherwise sharing financial literacy expertise, CPAs play an important role in bringing greater awareness of the value of fiscal responsibility.

Financial Literacy Resources to help you
run a better business

360 Degrees of Financial Literacy

Enrich, from the Colorado Workforce Development Council

Disasters and Financial Planning Guide

Diana Keener


To learn more about COCPA's financial literacy resources, contact Stacy Svendsen, Engagement and Programs Specialist: | 303-741-8613.