How the War on Cash is a Boon for Global Financial Literacy

July 19, 2017

The push to go cashless is getting a boost from credit card giant Visa, whose CEO Al Kelly recently proclaimed: “We’re focused on putting cash

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Ohio Official Sees Mandatory Financial Literacy as Key to Solving Student Debt Crisis

July 18, 2017

Ohio has had its stumbles on the road to greater financial education in its schools. But Attorney General Mike DeWine is getting religion, seeing it

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Why Nearly All Workers Want Financial Education at the Office

July 17, 2017

Buried in a report from Schwab last year is the startling finding that almost all workers want financial education on the job. Some 85% would

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Moving Towards Financial Literacy in Wisconsin

July 14, 2017

While the Wisconsin State Assembly struggles with what is more important—financial literacy or gun safety—indications are that lawmakers are moving in the right direction. The

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Canadians (Like Many) Fool Themselves When It Comes To Money Know-How

July 13, 2017

Canadians are far less knowledgeable about money than they think, new research shows. Three quarters say they are financially literate. But nearly as many scored

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Debate in Wisconsin: Load Your Glock–or Your 401(k)?

July 12, 2017

Would you rather young people learn how to load a Glock—or stay out of debt and avoid late fees? This is a real question, and

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States That Make The Grade in Financial Literacy

June 29, 2017

Improving financial literacy is an uphill battle. Last year, American consumers added $89.2 billion of new credit card debt, the biggest increase in a decade.

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Not Trusting Putin and Pals, Russians Embrace Financial Literacy

June 28, 2017

Vladimir Putin and Russian oligarchs may be squirreling away billions of dollars. But ordinary citizens in that vast nation are feeling the squeeze from a

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