Overview of Programs

The Investor Protection Institute undertakes research on consumers’ behavior, attitudes, and confidence levels on investor education and protection issues.  This research allows us and others to target investor education and protection initiatives where and to whom they are needed.  In addition, dissemination of IPI research increases awareness of the need for investor education and protection.  IPI Research is undertaken by IPI in collaboration with academic and research institutions as well as other strategic partners.

IPI DASH for the STASH Program

The DASH for the STASH multi-state program is an investor education and protection poster contest that takes place as part of April’s Financial Literacy Month in public libraries and other venues in participating States. The 2015 DASH program will run from April 15 through May 15, 2015 in Connecticut, District of Columbia, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, and Nebraska.

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When I’m 65 Documentary and Engagement Program

When I’m 65 is a groundbreaking national documentary and engagement program focusing on the realities of retirement in the 21st century and the financial choices that all Americans need to make to plan for a financially secure future. When I’m 65 will begin with a coast-to-coast 60-minute feature documentary produced by PBS via Detroit Public Television and will continue long beyond the broadcast with a five-year engagement program that will help people of all ages across the nation expand their capacity for financial self-reliance in their later years. IPI is proud to partner with Detroit Public Television on this program.

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Investor Education in Your Workplace® Program

The Investor Education in Your Workplace® Program provides investor education and protection to individuals in their workplace. The program is a collaboration between IPI, the Investor Protection Trust, State Securities Regulators, and employers to provide online investor education and protection curriculum to employees in participating states.

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