By the Numbers: Why We Need Financial Education

November 15, 2017

In its newly released annual report, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau lays out a pretty solid case for doubling down on financial education. One in

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What Doesn’t Grow in North Korea

November 10, 2017

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But the one accompanying this post may be worth even more. At a glance, you can

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All Eyes on Australia as Financial Literacy Program Winds Down

October 24, 2017

Few countries have tackled financial literacy more aggressively than Australia, where schools must provide a class in money management. Yet financial capability appears to have

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What My Students Learned By Grilling a Financial Therapist

October 17, 2017

Kids have a lot of questions about money and relationships, and that is good. Finances are a leading cause of divorce. Four in five parents

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Here’s a Fun Game That will Cut Your Student Debt

October 11, 2017

Free financial literacy learning tools have multiplied in recent years. But few have the purity of purpose that parents and teachers will find in Payback,

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Can You Ace This Financial Literacy Quiz?

September 27, 2017

In a report, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that saving and staying out of debt are keys to financial well-being. It also found that

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How to Turn the Equifax Breach into a Teachable Moment

September 14, 2017

You can’t imagine a more enticing target to hack than one of the three credit reporting agencies. As you have no doubt heard at this

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New Frontier for Financial Literacy: ‘Brain Hacking’

August 10, 2017

Facebook and Google and YouTube, oh my! Big internet companies are after our attention, and our money. They know us better than we know ourselves

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