WHAT OUR ASEC PARTNERS SAY ABOUT US
"ASEC is a 'one-stop shop' for those looking to find out what is happening in the world of financial education and literacy."
National Association of State Treasurers
"What most differentiates ASEC is how involved and 'hands-on' they are in helping their Charter Partners identify and establish mutually beneficial relationships among themselves and with other organizations. For example, the recent memorandum of understanding (MOU) that was signed between InCharge and the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) was the result of the rapport we had built with the DOD as ASEC Policy Board members."
InCharge® Education Foundation, Inc.
"Prudential has been a long-time supporter of the Retirement Confidence Survey (RCS). Unlike other studies out there that may come and go, the annual RCS provides a temperature gauge for savings and retirement readiness that is tracked over time."
"We have used the Ballpark Estimate in the retirement planning section of our Investing for Success workshops from day one. Ballpark is a quick, easy way to show people how to start estimating their own retirement needs. We also encourage everyone to use the online version every year or so to make sure they are still on track."
Investment Company Institute Education Foundation
"ASEC provides a unique opportunity to interact with leaders from key organizations across the nation that can increase the effectiveness of our own efforts to boost financial literacy. We strongly support ASEC, and encourage all other corporate, nonprofit, and governmental groups that are pursuing the same goal to join us."
Edelman Financial Services, Inc.
"For help in coming up with a retirement savings plan, go to www.choosetosave.org. On the site you will find a number of interactive savings tools, including a retirement planning worksheet and a retiree health savings calculator, which will help you figure out how much you may need to save to pay for health insurance during your retirement."
Michelle Singletary, Nationally Syndicated Personal Finance Columnist, The Washington Post