Financial Literacy

Through its Financial Literacy Program, Lutheran Social Services of Indiana offers free one-on-one or group lessons to provide information and teach skills that prepare people to make wise financial decisions.

Clients have the opportunity to attend lessons that cover topics ranging from budgeting and expense tracking to managing credit cards and becoming an informed consumer. Each lesson can stand alone or be taken as a series.

The Financial Literacy Program offers people an opportunity to understand and manage their finances, enabling them to take steps to create a secure financial future for themselves and their families.

2013 Financial Literacy outcomes

  • 1,678 financial literacy lessons were completed.
  • 93 percent of financial-literacy participants demonstrated an increased knowledge of financial matters.