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Just One Class? Lifelong Financial Education is What Gets Results

April 17, 2017

Last month, as April and the yearly flood of financial literacy articles were just around the bend, the Wall Street Journal in a headline posed

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Are We Looking for Financial Education in All the Wrong Places?

March 31, 2017

Financial education is most effective in high school and has its greatest impact in the area of credit management, according to a new poll from

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What Comes First: Money Know-How, or Money?

March 30, 2017

In a new commitment to financial literacy, business services giant PwC is widening its scope to include support for students seeking 21st Century job skills.

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What Class Do You Wish You Had Taken? Financial Literacy, Say Half of Adults

March 10, 2017

Most adults in every age group say the high school class with the greatest benefit, if offered, is personal finance, a new survey shows. Money

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More Financial Literacy Instruction Would Let Cities Claim a Pot of Gold

March 9, 2017

Cities in America and across the world are leaving hundreds of millions of dollars on the table by failing to support programs that would lift

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Why Past-Due Medical Bills and Low Financial Literacy Go Hand-in-Hand

March 6, 2017

Healthcare expenses are an outsize burden on many households, and unpaid health-related bills correlate highly with low levels of financial literacy, according to two new

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How Financial Courage Leads to Financial Wellness

February 27, 2017

Financial confidence is an important key to overall financial wellness, new research shows. People that are confident tend to take action—and assuming their actions are

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Why Doctors are Big Believers in Financial Education

February 23, 2017

Do we need to raise the level of individuals’ financial literacy? Your doctor would say yes, if she were paying attention. We’ve known for years

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