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Learn More About Financial Literacy October 4th

Tune in on October 4th at 12 p.m. to hear from Kristen Burnell, Andrea Hasler, and Mari Adam, CFP®, MBA, CRPC® as they join George Washington University’s School of Business Vice Dean for Strategy Liesl Riddle, PhD on the upcoming webinar “Financial Literacy and Personal Finance: GFLEC Connects Research, Policy and Solutions.” Learn more about how Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC) research is […]

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How Much Student Debt Is Too Much?

Almost half of all Americans who ran up student loan debt regret not choosing a cheaper college. That’s a mistake you don’t want to make. Excessive student debt can put you into a hole you can’t easily climb out of. Many grads struggle so much to make monthly payments that they have to put other […]

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Raising Money Smart Kids? All You Have To Do Is Talk To Them

Want to raise money smart kids? The secret might by hiding around your dining room table. It seems that students who speak with their parents at least once or twice a month about money matters have better financial literacy scores than those who said they hardly or never speak with their parents about money.  That […]

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How Smart Financial Technology Can Be Making You … Dumber

OK. There is just no nice way to put it. All those smart apps and smart phones and clever financial programs that let you move money, buy stocks, and check your account balances on a teeny tiny screen are not helping. In fact, they’re making the situation worse. Research conducted by the Global Financial Literacy Excellence […]

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U.S. Students’ Financial Literacy “Painfully Average”

U.S. teenagers ranked “painfully average” in a just-released world ranking of financial literacy skills. American 15-year-olds’ placed between eighth and 12th compared to over 29,000 students in 65 countries across the globe. The test scores were from the high profile Programme for International Student Assessment, or PISA, for short. “We certainly were disappointed, but not surprised,” says Ted Beck, CEO of […]

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