Where U.S. Teens Rank Globally in Financially Literacy

May 25, 2017

15-year-olds in the U.S. are no smarter about personal money management today than they were three years ago, an eagerly awaited international assessment shows. One

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Little Financial Education and Lots of Stress Among Native Americans

May 22, 2017

  Native Americans are more likely to have high levels of economic stress than other demographic groups, new research shows. For many, that contributes to

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These State Treasurers are Leading the Charge for Financial Literacy

May 19, 2017

Among African-Americans and women who experience gaps in employment, and may be getting left behind financially speaking, about a third of their disadvantage stems from

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How the Biggest Hack in History Changes the Nature of Financial Literacy

May 17, 2017

The ransomware virus that landed in 150 countries last week, and was called the biggest cyberattack in history, points up an aspect of financial literacy

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New Grads: You Will Find a Job You Love, Maybe Just Not Right Away

May 15, 2017

It may be crazy to pick a fight with Warren Buffett. He’s not just a business and investing genius. He’s also a stalwart supporter of

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‘Transition’ Literacy May Be the New Financial Literacy

May 11, 2017

Financial advisers may be masters of money. But what do they know about emotions? That’s a key question that comes into play when helping others

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Is the Financial Literacy Movement Racist?

May 5, 2017

Is financial education racist? In the decade since financial literacy became a focal point of my work, I have heard all manner of criticism. Financial

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Uganda’s Small-Country Blueprint for Raising Financial Literacy

April 21, 2017

The Bank of Uganda began taking financial literacy seriously four years ago—seizing on a 2011 study documenting individuals’ poor access to financial products. Today, the

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