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Why Women Are Better At Managing Risk

October 25, 2018

Raising the personal financial capability of individuals around the globe is proving to be a difficult proposition. One reason now coming to light: When it

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Parents Spend $500 Billion on Adult Kids, But Can’t Afford to Retire

October 3, 2018

If for no other reason, here’s why parents and teachers need to make certain kids get a financial education: In the U.S., moms and dads

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Sleeping Better: Common Sense Creeps Into Student Debt Equation

September 26, 2018

Families are feeling better about their ability to pay for college, new research shows. This is partly due to more systematic saving. But common sense

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Critics Winning? Student Loan Protections, Financial Education Benefits Take a Hit

August 30, 2018

Two decades into the modern financial literacy movement, a growing list of nations including the likes of  Russia, Saudi Arabia, and tiny Azerbaijan are joining Australia,

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Your Banker May Know Less About Money Than You Do

May 23, 2018

Bankers are like anybody else when it comes to understanding personal finance—most are not especially good at it. Yet unlike, say, a plumber or dentist

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New Data Reveal Dark Side of Mobile Banking

May 2, 2018

Technology is rapidly changing personal finance, much of it in positive ways. Online tools make it easier to save, budget, invest and plan. Mobile tech,

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The Top 5 Problems Humans Have Managing Money

January 24, 2018

The latest thinking in workplace financial education is that addressing behavioral issues is more important than providing pure financial knowledge. A report from financial planning firm

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The Five Keys To Effective Financial Literacy Instruction

December 13, 2017

What are the primary elements of a successful student financial literacy course? According the Center for Financial Literacy at Champlain College, there are five: Topics

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