(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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Accentra Credit Union is committed to improving financial literacy. Financial literacy is knowing what finances are and how to spend, save and manage money effectively. Everyone has a “financial situation”, for some it is not very good, and for others it is very good. But everyone has one. Financial literacyRead More →

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (PRWEB) May 03, 2022 How do banks, credit unions, and other financial industry organizations use tax-advantaged products to offset costs? Bank-Owned Life Insurance (BOLI) is a great way for banks to save money on their employee benefit costs. Banks are required to pay their employees an adequateRead More →

Caribbean students are encouraged to invest in the green energy sector. Associate Director, Sales and Business Development at CIBC FirstCaribbean International, Gregory Blackman, offered this advice to economics and accounting students at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, during an interactive financial literacy webinar hosted by theRead More →

An innovative program launched during Financial Literacy Month a year ago welcomes a new class of 2022 of teens, adults and small business owners this month Kansas CityThis program provides essential financial planning and resources to underserved small business owners, adults and youth KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/Read More →

Money / Financial Planning cnythzl/Getty Images/iStockphoto If you think kids should learn more financial literacy before they graduate from high school, you’ve got plenty of company. The overwhelming majority of American adults say financial education should be mandatory in schools, according to a new survey from the National Endowment forRead More →

West High School seniors Josh James, left, and Jacob Plamondon recently completed NCDE’s financial literacy pilot program, which helped them better manage their spending and saving habits. Photo/Carol Robidoux MANCHESTER, NH – Knowledge became power for West High School senior Jacob Plamondon. He says the opportunity to examine his spendingRead More →

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through its Lukautim Graun Program (LGP), partners with the Center of Excellence for Financial Inclusion (CEFI) to deliver financial literacy training to rural and remote communities in six provinces. On April 22, USAID’s LGP and CEFI partnered to train twenty-one participants asRead More →

Students at Lincoln and Mountain View colleges have free access to Banzai, an online program that lets them practice real-world money management, courtesy of Nusenda Credit Union. According to a press release from Nusenda, the credit union is providing access to the award-winning financial literacy program and content library toRead More →

Between inflation and an international conflict, Americans’ financial behavior will likely be affected for months to come, making financial literacy even more important. According to Primerica’s Middle-Income Financial Security Monitor Q1 2022, middle-income households remain concerned about inflation, with the majority indicating they are considering lifestyle changes to reduce spending.Read More →

A senior lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), Dr. Benjamin Amoah, has urged Ghanaians to develop themselves to become financial literates as the month of April is dedicated to raising financial literacy awareness. According to him, this could help deepen financial inclusion and ultimately improve the country’sRead More →

Drazen Zigic / iStock.com Financial literacy covers a wide range of topics, from budgeting and saving to investing and planning for retirement. Once retired, however, financial literacy expands to include scenarios that may not have been so relevant during your working life. For example, income generally decreases in retirement, whileRead More →

Mumbai: – Most adults invariably regret one thing in life – starting late in their financial journeys. Finkeyz, headquartered in Mumbai, is a start-up that aims to end this and bring about a step change in the lives of young Indians by filling the critical gap in financial literacy. TheRead More →

Happy Financial Literacy Month! Now is a good time to find out how you can increase your retirement benefits by making additional contributions, purchasing commendable service, and participating in Wisconsin’s Deferred Compensation Program. The Department of Employee Trust Funds and the WDC offer educational resources to help you get startedRead More →

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania — In honor of Financial Literacy Month in April, the Sokolov-Miller Family Financial and Life Skills Center is inviting Penn State undergraduate students to consider applying to become Student Ambassadors for the year. university 2022 and in the future. The center hires students for this part-time roleRead More →

Photo courtesy of South Texas College. For illustrative purposes only – Advertisement – Texas Border Affairs MCALLEN, TEXAS – Understanding how to manage money and learning to succeed financially is the key to a bright future for students who plan to graduate and eventually enter the workforce. South Texas CollegeRead More →

Money / Financial Planning Jakub Porzycki / NurPhoto / Shutterstock.com Robinhood has announced what it considers the first-of-its-kind financial education program for student-athletes at West Virginia University (WVU), with the goal of combating post-graduate athlete bankruptcy and financial hardship. Discover: 7 financial habits that improve your daily lifeAfter: 50 waysRead More →

GLENDALE, Ariz., April 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Managing the demands of everyday family life rarely leaves time for lesson planning. As a result, parents often seek out teachable moments as they happen. To support parents in their search for teachable moments, the Arizona Council on Economic Education (ACEE) has partneredRead More →

Published: Publication date – 16:50, Thu – 7 Apr 22 Hyderabad: The US Consulate General in Hyderabad has launched a financial education and planning program for women working in conjunction with the non-profit organization Yugantar and in partnership with the Telangana Domestic Workers Union. Titled “Budget Rani,” 25 domestic workersRead More →

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The state of Florida recently passed a new law requiring financial literacy training to graduate from high school, with support from leaders, lawmakers and the community. According to a WalletHub study ranking states by financial literacy proficiency, this educational initiative couldn’t have happened any sooner. GovernorRead More →

The massive digital transformation in India has changed the landscape of financial services and wealth management. Financial technology, popularly known as “fintech”, offers a set of one-click financial services. Changing investor demographics and an array of new investment avenues are driving the fintech industry to deliver seamless digital experiences toRead More →

To celebrate Financial Literacy Month, the wealth management company encourages administrators and parents to use EVERFI’s financial resources CAMP HILL, Pa., March 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — KCA Wealth Management (KCA), a holistic financial planning firm serving Central Pennsylvania with offices in camp hillHershey and Carlisleannounces its strategic partnership with EVERFI,Read More →

The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD) and the Executive Education of the University of Business and Technology (UBT Executive Education) announce the official launch of a joint education program to provide education and high-quality training in the subject of financial literacy (FinLit) and financial inclusionRead More →

Passionate educator and financial literacy advocate Zonéke Domino-Thomas seeks to impact the lives of young clients by launching her new website Zonéke Domino-Thomas, MBA takes her passion for teaching financial literacy to the next level by announcing her intention to work with the younger generation. In a related development, theRead More →

FLINT, Michigan — The Community Approaches to Strengthening Economic Supports (CASES) program is a hidden gem for many in the city of Flint. Located inside the Michigan Works building, the program was founded by the Greater Flint Health Coalition and offers valuable information on finances, taxes, and more. Robert Reid,Read More →

April is Financial Literacy Month, and the Federal Reserve wants to help by offering FREE resources and programs for educators and parents to spark conversations about financial literacy. Events to come FinBed Competition: Battle of the Classrooms Information sessions on April 5 at 10 a.m. or April 7 at 12:30Read More →