Adults

The Price Of Financial Illiteracy? Now We Have A Number

January 9, 2018

How much does financial ineptitude cost households? Last year, the average family missed out on $1,171, according to the National Financial Educators Council. This is

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Star Wars Personality Check: Do You Treat Money Like Yoda–Or C-3PO?

January 9, 2018

Among all Star Wars characters, parents identify most closely with Yoda when it comes to passing on financial knowledge to their children, a new report

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Memo to the Boss: Forget My Raise, Give Me Better Benefits

December 20, 2017

Would you rather have a more generous benefits package at work or a large enough pay raise to purchase an equal-value benefits package on the

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How To ‘Save’ Thousands (and Other Black Friday Lessons)

November 15, 2017

We are about to bear witness once again to one of the reasons financial education is so important. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just

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How Financial Inclusion Via Technology is Boosting Global Prosperity

November 2, 2017

When underbanked people first get access to modern financial tools through their mobile phone they save more and pay bills in a timelier way, research

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Why Your Stressed Out Doctor Needs a Financial Checkup

October 24, 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 snap decisions–as

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Buffett Says Dow One Million in Your Newborn’s Lifetime. Now Will You Invest?

October 24, 2017

The Dow has been setting record highs regularly this autumn. But it remains an awful long way from one million. Then again—maybe not so long

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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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