2016 Winners

The EIFLE Awards were established in 2007 and have since become one of the most prestigious and sought after awards in the industry. Each year, the Institute for Financial Literacy presents EIFLE Awards to individuals and organizations that have shown exceptional innovation, dedication and commitment to the field of financial literacy education.

The work of these authors, educators, organizations and researchers inspires others to strive toward excellence as well, increasing the availability and effectiveness of financial literacy education in communities across the country.

2016 Winners

2016 EIFLE Recipients
2015 EIFLE Recipients
2014 EIFLE Recipients
2013 EIFLE Recipients
2012 EIFLE Recipients
2011 EIFLE Recipients
2010 EIFLE Recipients
2009 EIFLE Recipients
2008 EIFLE Recipients
2007 EIFLE Recipients


Organization of the Year:

BBVA Bancomer
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Educator of the Year:

Margaret Brooks
Bridgewater State University

Educator of the Year:

Rod Griffin



Education Program of the Year:

Children, General

Tes Affaires Youth Website

Education Program of the Year:

Children, Financial Responsibility and Decision Making


Education Program of the Year:

Adult, General

Enrich Workplace Financial Wellness Program


Education Program of the Year:

Adult, Money Management

From Me to We
Thrivent Financial

Education Program of the Year:

Adult, Risk Management

Fraud Protection for Seniors and Managing your Finances in Retirement
Chartered Professional Accountants Canada

Book of the Year:


Buck the Beaver Learns to Save
by J.E Demick
 15-121_EN-Procrastinator's Guide to Retirement_cover

Book of the Year:

Adult, General

The Procrastinator’s Guide to Retirement
by David Trahair, CPA, CA

Book of the Year:

Adult, Credit

Twisdoms About Paying for College
by Mark Kantrowitz
 Lichtenfeld_Dividends cover

Book of the Year:

Adult, Investment and Retirement Planning

Get Rich with Dividends
by Marc Lichtenfeld
 Ronni Cohen

Legacy Award:

Ronni Cohen

 Delaware Financial Literacy Institute

Field Research of the Year:

Banking Status and Financial Behaviors of Adults with Disabilities
 National Disability Institute