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How Nostalgia Can Help You Save Money

October 19, 2017

Our emotions play a big role in our money habits and behaviors. And, as a recent study led by financial psychologist Dr. Brad Klontz suggests,

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Financial literacy topping Treasurer Fitch’s platform

October 18, 2017

Mississippi State Treasurer Lynn Fitch said there are many positive things happening right now in our state for the future of our children. WDAM caught up with

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Apps to make your kids smart about money

October 13, 2017

These apps and mobile-friendly websites allow tweens and teens to make decisions about spending, saving and donating their money, while giving parents the option to

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Study reveals how personal keepsakes can help you save money

October 12, 2017

Most financial surveys conducted over the past five years agree on one thing— Americans aren’t good at saving money. A new study, however, reveals how

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Personal finance seen as big gap in Mass. education landscape

October 12, 2017

BOSTON — Eric Swansburg, a business teacher at King Philip Regional High School, passed a 100-question test around his class last week to gauge students’

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UK investors feel let down over financial education

October 12, 2017

A large majority of people in the UK feel their financial education at school was insufficient, leaving them with a significant knowledge gap to fill

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State senator pre-files financial literacy bill

October 3, 2017

State Sen. Dennis Par­rett, D-Elizabethtown, pre-filed a bill Thursday that would have students complete a financial literacy program before graduating high school. “Our kids are

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Missouri financial literacy programs promote importance of loan repayment

October 3, 2017

Missouri ranks among the top 10 states nationwide in reducing student loan default rates, according to numbers released this week by the U.S. Department of

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