3 Student-Led Activities for Financial Literacy Month

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4/12/2017
Post by: Kimberly Roy
This April, flip the script and engage teens in applying their own knowledge and unique perspective of personal finance to spread awareness to their communities.  Continue Reading→

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An Opportunity for a Meaningful Conversation: Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

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4/12/2017
Post by: Susan Sharkey
As teens explore their own marketable skills and career interests, Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day is an occasion to weigh factors of choosing a meaningful career path, compare income and employee benefits, and pay attention to employment trends and conditions. Continue Reading→

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The Disconnect Between Millennials and Their Money

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4/6/2017
Post by: Chelsea Norton
Millennials have a very optimistic outlook and confidence in their ability to manage their financial lives. Unfortunately, there is a gap between their confidence and actual capabilities, according to NEFE-funded research by George Washington University. Continue Reading→

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Infographic: Challenges of the Credit Invisible

3/8/2017
Post by: Kimberly Roy
Credit reports impact more than just access to traditional credit products. This infographic can help teens understand the challenges beyond credit accessibility and begin to take proactive steps. Continue Reading→

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The Credit Invisibles: 4 Challenges Beyond Credit Accessibility

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3/8/2017
Post by: Kimberly Roy
Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. adults have an unscorable, or nonexistent, credit record.  Even if consumers do not plan to apply for a credit card or installation loan, limited credit history can cause challenges beyond credit accessibility. Continue Reading→

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