A train, the design of which is dedicated to financial literacy, began to run in the metropolitan metro.

Photo by M. Denisov. mos.ru

An unusual train began to run on the Sokolnicheskaya metro line – the first themed train in the capital, which is dedicated to financial literacy. Decorated in blue and green colors. Passengers have the opportunity to gain new financial knowledge and answers to their pressing questions. How informs the portal of the mayor of Moscow, in the subway, you can now learn about the basics of competent behavior in the field of finance, get the necessary advice for various occasions.

According to the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport Maxim Liksutov, the thematic train “Financial Literacy” plans to run on the Sokolnicheskaya line for six months. He expressed confidence that the informative information of the capital’s Department of Finance would be necessary for passengers. Since the beginning of this year, this is already the 11th themed train in the Moscow subway.

In the cars you can see financial advice and answers to frequently asked questions – the information was prepared by employees of the Department of Finance and the Main Directorate of the Bank of Russia for the Central Federal District with the support of the Federal Tax Service for the City of Moscow and the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development.

In particular, passengers are told how to act if they receive a call from the bank and are informed of a suspicious transaction, who is entitled to tax deductions, and whether it is worth investing in a unique investment project with a yield of 60% per annum.

As Elena Zyabbarova, Minister of the Government of Moscow, head of the Department of Finance of the capital, noted, the department with partners is systematically working on financial education of Muscovites. This year, almost 300 events were held in the capital for citizens of different ages – from schoolchildren to elderly residents of Moscow.

The system of QR codes in carriages helps to understand from which official sources one should draw financial information and where to turn for advice. Digital codes will come in handy even if the passenger traveled 1-2 stations and did not have time to get acquainted with the information: they will allow you to instantly access it and study it at a convenient time.

To design the thematic composition, the most popular appeals and questions that residents send to the portal of the Mayor of Moscow and the website of the Bank of Russia were selected. The answers were presented as simply as possible, in an accessible and interesting way. Particular attention was paid to identifying fraudster schemes and ways to counter them. Each car was dedicated to a specific topic: tax deductions or protection from fraudsters.