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Kerala Gramin Bank reaches out to schools with financial literacy agenda

April 5, 2017

Kerala Gramin Bank (KGB), owned by governments at the Centre and the State as well as Canara Bank, has launched a financial literacy programme for

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Only 24% of irish people believe they are financially savvy

April 3, 2017

Just one in four (24%) Irish people claim to be financially savvy. This is according to new research from KBC Bank Ireland on how people

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What Makes Workplace Financial Education Work?

April 3, 2017

According to “A Closer Look: What’s Working in Workplace Financial Education,” a program is likely to be more successful the longer it is in place.

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Professors give themselves a ‘B’ in financial literacy

March 31, 2017

Good, but not excellent. That’s the self-assessment of college professors regarding their financial literacy, a subject in which they grade themselves a “B.”

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Lack of Financial Literacy Costs Americans over $9,700 across their Lifetimes

March 31, 2017

The National Financial Educators Council recently released results of a survey about financial knowledge conducted with 3,006 people in six age categories across the US.

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As More Women Become Leaders, Financial Literacy Is a Key Ingredient

March 31, 2017

Financial literacy is important for all people, but especially for women because of their longer life spans, weaker earning power and bigger gaps in employment

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New Personal Finance Index Identifies Gaps In Financial Literacy Among American Adults

March 23, 2017

 A new annual personal finance index released today by the TIAA Institute and the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC) showed that 52 percent of

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Failing at Financial Literacy

March 23, 2017

The National Financial Educators Council (NFEC) designed the 30-question National Financial Literacy Test to measure teens’ and young adults’ ability to earn, save, and grow

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