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Now, more than ever, the need for financial literacy and education are of critical importance. More than half of Americans are not invested in the stock market and don’t have enough put away for retirement, major life changes or emergencies. 

The Financial Fitness Tour is a collaboration between Investopedia and American Century Investments. From Kansas City to Nashville, Columbus to Chicago, and the cities and towns in between, the Financial Fitness Tour will travel by bus to engage with Americans who are ready to take control of their financial lives and set themselves on the path to prosperity.

 

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