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George Washington University Panel Explores Financial Literacy Challenges

Only 24 percent of millennials understand basic financial topics. Without a fundamental understanding of financial concepts, people find it difficult to make informed choices about saving, investing, borrowing, and more, and that puts them at risk in a system, like ours, that expects people to be responsible for their own retirement savings and financial well-being. Mari participated […]

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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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Smart Start To The New Year: 6 Questions To See If You’re Financially Fit

Six questions. That’s all it takes to see if you’re financially fit. “There is a short financial checkup that effectively predicts the key components of financial health,” says Annamaria Lusardi, one of the world’s foremost experts in financial literacy, and Director of The Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center at George Washington University. You can take the […]

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Smart Start For The New Year: Don’t Let Student Loans Sink Your Future

Getting that degree can help you boost your lifetime earnings, but the last thing you want to do is borrow so much that you put your entire financial future at risk. To start the New Year off right, make sure you understand what and how much you are borrowing before you take out the loan. Here’s some […]

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A Revealing Look At Why Middle America Has Little in Savings

Why so many Americans in the middle class have no savings Over 40% of Americans are financially unprepared to come up with the cash they may need in a crisis, leading researchers to call them “financially fragile.” That realization led writer Neal Gabler to talk to PBS NewsHour about how, despite his career as a successful […]

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