Nearly everyone can use lessons in financial literacy, and Dan Iannicola Jr., deputy assistant secretary for the U.S. Treasury Department's financial education office, provided suggestions on how women accountants can educate their clients.

"The marketplace is increasing the number of choices," he said, speaking at the Joint National Conference, a three-day event coordinated by the American Woman's Society of CPAs and the American Society of Women Accountants. "[But] even though choices have increased, knowledge has stayed the same. Our choices have outpaced our knowledge."

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