To further help promote sustainable financial behavior and financial literacy among Filipinos, consumer finance company Home Credit Philippines (HCPH), Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC) and local independent media agency PraXis have signed an agreement to produce a live radio show on DZRH. and its sister stations across the archipelago. This dailyRead More →

Financial literacy is a key enabler of sustainable national and global socio-economic growth There is a significant shift in attitude towards managing personal finances in Saudi Arabia, largely driven by a young population. The next generation wants to save, invest and better manage their finances and now has more resourcesRead More →

CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — If your kids aren’t learning budgeting and healthy money habits just yet, there’s no better time to start than today. Stock image | Photo by AaronAmat/iStock/Getty Images Plus, St. George News To celebrate April as National Financial Literacy Month, State Bank of Southern Utah reached out toRead More →

A A comprehensive financial plan can ease a client’s mind and reduce anxiety about their short and long term finances. Studies show that people feel more secure when they have a documented holistic financial plan like The Bucket Plan® to fall back on. The solution to any individual’s economic puzzleRead More →

Yangyel Lhaden When stakeholders came together to formulate a national policy for the elderly in Bhutan in Thimphu on May 19, everyone agreed on the need for financial security for the elderly population and recommended a pension plan. Stakeholders included representatives of Zhung Dratshang, the armed forces, non-governmental organizations, civilRead More →

Financial inclusion remains the first step towards personal and professional well-being and is a prerequisite for achieving several goals under the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Despite this, more than half of the world has yet to gain equitable access to finance and this remains one of the greatest challengesRead More →

Parents, especially those from lower-income households, said they were doing much better financially last year, and the government’s expansion of child tax credits may have played a big part. in this regard. That’s according to a Federal Reserve report, based on the annual National Survey of the Economy and HouseholdRead More →

Financial literacy is all the rage these days, with states like Florida becoming one of the newest and biggest states to mandate personal finance courses for high school students. That’s probably a good thing, too, because nearly every worker in the United States is stressed about money and a possibleRead More →

The average Jamaican does not understand the impact of inflation and interest rates on their purchasing power. When Thinking back to the People’s National Party (PNP) general election campaign of 2016, I vividly remember how important it was for the team to let the general population know that we hadRead More →

Between the war in Ukraine, soaring inflation, and the timing of crypto’s Black Tuesday in May, the Canadian business community is having a volatile year. Yet, amidst all this financial turmoil, IG Wealth Management is buzzing. The Winnipeg-based wealth management firm has more than 3,200 advisors serving one million clientsRead More →

May 19, 2022 Learn financial literacy for the future Financial literacy is defined as the ability to understand and use various financial skills, including personal financial management, budgeting, and investing. At the elementary school level, there are basic financial skills that can be taught to children to build and establishRead More →

The innovative program, which will be funded over a five-year period, is a cutting-edge education and empowerment experience that teaches important personal finance concepts. Using the American College of Financial Services’ e-learning design and delivery philosophy and building on the College’s Financial Wellness Program originally created for Historically Black CollegesRead More →

(Photo IIB/Alex Brown) Indianapolis-based OneAmerica Financial Partners is investing $1 million to launch a financial education program in central Indiana. OneAmerica says the program, a collaboration with the American College of Financial Services, will teach participants personal finance concepts that will help foster economic empowerment and close the racial wealthRead More →

Educational Program Launched to Empower Central Indiana Youth and Adults with Financial Literacy INDIANAPOLIS ─ (May 16, 2022) ─ OneAmerica® today announced a $1 million commitment to activate a tailored financial literacy program in central Indiana. In conjunction with the American College of Financial Services, the program will provide practicalRead More →

Tax collection in Cambodia has increased in the first four months of this year, reflecting the resumption of economic activities since the government fully reopened the country last November. The General Directorate of Taxation (GDT) of the Ministry of Economy and Finance collected $1,501 million in tax revenue during theRead More →

I’m sorry, but I’m not ready to do that. It’s not because I’m busy living like Paris Hilton. Unfortunately, I still pay rent downtown and don’t earn a huge salary. I still have to make practical choices based on my day-to-day income, but I’m not ready to rein in myRead More →

KALAMAZOO, MICH. – Michigan works! Southwest has launched an all-new series of financial literacy workshops for adults facing financial barriers, those looking to connect with a banking institution, or looking for a new perspective on managing finances. In the new series, two types of workshop sessions are offered: Financial LiteracyRead More →

Official headliner and pan-African activist Dr. Oumar Johnsonalongside other celebrity panelists, and Friends of the Global Movement, will introduce attendees to concrete steps to mobilize the black dollar at this year’s event. ATLANTE, May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Financial Literacy Institute (TFLI) bring it back Black Wall Street BusinessRead More →

ANN ARBOR – United Way of Washtenaw County and Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation are partnering with UpTogether to help Washtenaw County families deal with financial insecurity. UpTogether is an anti-poverty non-profit organization that provides families with funds and an online platform to share resources, support and connect with othersRead More →

NNA | Update: 09 May 2022 17:25 STI Bombay (Maharashtra) [India]May 9 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Bharti AXA Life Insurance, a joint venture between Bharti Enterprises, one of India’s leading business groups, and AXA, one of the world’s largest insurance companies, announced today Today the launch of her financial education campaign ‘InspiHERsRead More →

Championing the cause of improving women’s financial literacy and empowering them to make independent financial decisions Mumbai, Maharashtra, India – Business Wire India Bharti AXA Life Insurance, a joint venture between Bharti Enterprises, one of leading Indian business groups, and AXA, one of the world’s largest insurance companies, today announcedRead More →

Education Minister Adriana LaGrange delivered her remarks, saying students are our future entrepreneurs, innovators and creators. “Understanding essential concepts like income, expenses, interest, investing, saving and taxes will set them up for success and help them thrive in today’s changing world,” says LaGrange, MP Provincial of Red Deer-North. “This investmentRead More →

Parksville Council gave three readings of the city’s five-year financial plan bylaw at its May 2 regular meeting. The plan defines the financial requirements for municipal services to carry out operations and projects for the next half-decade. Without council approval, many municipal expenditures would be delayed or halted due toRead More →

register here for The 74’s daily newsletter. Donate here to support The 74’s independent journalism. California Governor Newsom recently invested nearly $3 billion in the state budget to increase teacher preparation to recruit and retain qualified educators. Why was it necessary? Because California’s ongoing teacher shortage has only worsened asRead More →