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study shows students want better financial information sooner

April 24, 2017

A new survey of high school and college students finds expectations about paying for college and borrowing are often out of step with reality. The

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Is It Racist to Teach Students Financial Literacy

April 20, 2017

Colleges are stepping in and offering financial-literacy courses, sometimes at the behest of politicians and or even the Department of Education. But these courses are

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New Charity Makes Financial Education Accessible to Everyone

April 20, 2017

Most Americans don’t have $400 for an emergency. Sixty five percent of American adults don’t have a budget. Forty six percent have less than $10,000 saved

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7 Steps Toward Financial Literacy For Your Children

April 19, 2017

In professional sports, players are supremely talented. Yet even all-stars play under coaches. It’s the same for your children when it comes to personal finance,

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Portugal to boost financial literacy of football players

April 19, 2017

The regulator has announced that Portugal’s National Council of Financial Supervisors (CNSF), whose list of members includes CMVM, is seeking to bolster the financial literacy

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Are you financially healthy?

April 11, 2017

Traditional financial literacy efforts haven’t been a rousing success. Research from Harvard Business School shows that even Americans who are taught personal finance in school

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How Financial Knowledge Drives Wealth Inequality

April 11, 2017

Financial knowledge plays a crucial role in shaping wealth inequality, according to a new study that my co-authors and I just published in the Journal of

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Investment Platform Stash Reveals Findings from First Financial Literacy Survey

April 5, 2017

Stash, the digital investment advisor making investing easier and more accessible for American consumers, today announced the findings of its first annual financial literacy survey for Financial

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