A new college savings program launched in the Commonwealth in 2020.
Digital learning experiences can provide money management strategies and tools to help guide you through each stage of life.
The Office of Economic Empowerment’s interns are tasked with supporting OEE staff with the department’s overall mission, communications, and administrative needs.
The Office of Economic Empowerment provides a number of programs geared toward women of the Commonwealth, covering financial literacy, wage equality, and more.
Service members and their families face unique personal financial challenges. We offer support for those affected by those challenges.
Our workshops are designed to inform older adults about ways to prevent financial exploitation and manage personal finances.
Our office helps Massachusetts high schools get funding for and organize financial educational fairs.
The Financial Literacy Task Force was created to complete a comprehensive study of access to financial education in Massachusetts and studied three key demographic groups: K-12 students, college students, and adults.
The goal of the Economic Empowerment Trust Fund is to promote the long-term economic security and stability of all Massachusetts residents.