Developed in conjunction with the First Nations Child & Family Caring Society, the RBC Financial Literacy for Indigenous Peoples Course aims to affirm RBC’s commitment to reconciliation by providing resources to Indigenous peoples to support their financial well-being. TORONTO, 28 October 2021 / CNW / – Royal Bank of CanadaRead More →

Throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, CNBC, in partnership with Acorns, asked communities across America to nominate local financial literacy leaders who have demonstrated their commitment to educating those who are often left behind. Hundreds of names were submitted, but only a few could be chosen. These leaders have spent countless hoursRead More →

Credit: Rawpixels Bitcoin allows us to study and understand money on a level that most people have never experienced. Over the past decade, bitcoin has grown from a niche asset to a sought-after financial tool. Today, bitcoin news is impossible to ignore. How is bitcoin changing the financial landscape? ARead More →

Vincent D’Addona, Senior Partner, Strategies for Wealth Strategies for wealth Last name: Vincent D’Addona Solidify: Strategies for wealth Site: Lido Beach, New York Total value of policies: $ 1.9 billion Forbes Rankings: America’s Top Financial Security Professionals Fund: D’Addona, 64, studied biochemistry at Cornell where he also took courses inRead More →

Breadcrumb Links Chroniclers Author of the article: Lorne gunter Release date : October 16, 2021 • October 16, 2021 • 3 minutes to read • 12 comments Edmonton mayoral candidate Mike Nickel addresses what he says are discrepancies in financial reports, whistleblowers, recent FOIP documents and missing audit reports atRead More →

CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (WEAU) – The Royal Credit Union offers a financial literacy program at the Chippewa Valley Correctional Treatment Center. The course is designed to help CVCTF men prepare for their release from the facility. During the program, participants learn how to budget, pay bills, and how credit works.Read More →

Sixty percent of employees say their employer-sponsored pension plan contributes a lot to their sense of financial security, a 5% increase from 2020, according to the “2021 workplace wellness survey”, Conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) and independent research firm Greenwald Research. Of those with employer-sponsored pension plans,Read More →

As a senior finance student at the University of North Georgia (UNG), Ross Sturgill knew how to budget to track expenses and savings. But it wasn’t until he volunteered for the Student Money Management Center (SMMC) that he learned more valuable lessons. “With my limited income, I knew I wantedRead More →

The Shriram Group has launched an initiative to provide financial security and a safety net for employees and their families to deal with situations due to the pandemic. The “We Care” program was introduced with the organization recognizing that employee benefits can change the lives of its employees, especially thoseRead More →

DUBLIN – Mayor Melissa Hernandez provided an update on the city during the State of the City address to the Dublin Chamber of Commerce last month. The in-person lunch brought together city council, Dublin business owners and other local stakeholders. Hernandez discussed the city’s current economic state, ongoing projects andRead More →

register here for The 74’s daily newsletter. Donate here to support The 74’s independent journalism. Seven years after students at a small suburban high school in Rhode Island successfully advocated for the adoption of financial literacy standards, state lawmakers made proficiency in personal finance a requirement for college. graduation fromRead More →

Community partners on a project steering committee include United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, JobPath Inc., Junior Achievement of Arizona, San Miguel High School, AGM Container Controls, Pima Community College, CPA Tucson, Startup Tucson, El Rio Community Health Center and Vib’n LLC, a Tucson-based company that offers motivation programsRead More →

The Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) Board of Trustees adopted the 2022-2026 Financial Plan: Reorganized, Relaunched, Ready! . At the September 25 meeting, the board of directors adopted a balanced budget of $ 31,274,714 for 2022. Municipal and regional taxes will contribute $ 25,440,431 to the library’s budget, an averageRead More →