The grants program seeks innovative research that can make a profound contribution to the field of financial literacy. Inquiries are encouraged from disciplines in fields as diverse as: behavior; marketing; economics; finance; neuroscience; education; sociology; change theory; psychology; decision sciences and others. Project outcomes should be actionable in the field of financial literacy, directly relevant to the financial well-being of the public, and able to be applied broadly. Funding requests are assessed within the parameters of the following three key grant themes: Understanding Financial Behavior; Advance Innovative Thinking; and Assure Significance to Society. Applicants submit a Letter of Inquiry by the deadline for one of the two annual processes.