April 5, 2012 – New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance Acting Commissioner Ken Kobylowski visited the Capital One/ Junior Achievement (JA) Finance Park this week and urged students from Passaic County Technical Institute to take very seriously the lessons they were learning about financial responsibility and managing their money. “What you learned in this program you should use for the rest of your life,” Acting Commissioner Kobylowski said. “I cannot stress enough how important it is for you to be smart about your money. The financial decisions you make will impact your career, your income, whether you can get credit, whether you can afford to buy a house and nearly every other aspect of your future. You should take the lessons you learned from this excellent program and start using them immediately in your everyday lives.” Read more.