How to Turn the Equifax Breach into a Teachable Moment

September 14, 2017

You can’t imagine a more enticing target to hack than one of the three credit reporting agencies. As you have no doubt heard at this

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After the Coming Purge at CFPB Here is What Will Be Left Standing

September 13, 2017

Richard Cordray has a tough commute. A resident of Ohio, he shuttles to and from Washington D.C. each week to lord over the financial industry

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Why Love and Money Lessons Should Start in Middle School

September 11, 2017

Most students are nowhere near getting married or committing to a relationship. Still, it’s not too early to introduce them to money issues—and the work-arounds—that

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How Money Stress Costs Employers $250 Billion a Year

September 8, 2017

As researchers drill down to the core of what leads to individuals’ long-term financial security they are finding it has less to do with pure

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How Empowering My Kids to Make Money Decisions Raised Their Financial Game

September 6, 2017

As a teacher, I try to find ways to incorporate personal finance instruction into my lessons. But I don’t just talk the talk. At home

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Why Your Stressed Out Doctor Needs a Financial Checkup

September 5, 2017

It’s gospel on Wall Street that doctors and dentists make terrible investors. One reason: they view themselves as quick studies able to make smart snap

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After Going All-In on Financial Education, Japan has Lift Off

August 30, 2017

It would be foolish to believe that Japan’s bet on financial education is paying off so quickly. Yet here we are: less than a year

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Why Financial Literacy Teachers are Excited About This New Course

August 15, 2017

With the school year upon us, financial literacy teachers will be happy to know they have a valuable new resource to draw upon—one that will

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