Financial Literacy Education

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Are states providing adequate financial literacy education?

Young people in America face an economic landscape marked by increasingly expensive higher education costs, more frequent job changes, and greater personal responsibility for retirement savings. It is more important than ever that youth are financially literate in order to navigate the many difficult decisions they will face during their lifetimes. Unfortunately, levels of financial

In quest for financial literacy, the buck stops with parents

Money might be the last taboo topic. In a society that runs on capitalism, we seem to have a harder time talking to our children about personal finance than we do about sex, race or even death. Maybe it’s because so many of us are so bad at financial matters ourselves. According to a 2017

Is it time to offer financial education as a benefit?

Whether employers realize it or not, they have employees who are distracted at work due to stress about their personal finances. According to a recent report from the Personal Finance Employee Education Foundation, one in four workers suffer from serious financial distress. Of those 30 million workers, 30 to 80% of them spend time at work worrying

Want More Productive Employees? Provide Financial Literacy Education

Could the key to improving employee productivity lie in providing the right kind of financial literacy education within your workplace? Studies and recent human resources trends suggest there is a compelling business case for providing financial literacy programs to your employees. However, today’s employees also require a different kind of financial literacy education. One that