Vancouver, British Columbia – (Newsfile Corp. – December 7, 2021) – WonderFi Technologies Inc. (NEO: WNDR) (OTC ROSE: WONDF) (WKN: A3C166) (FTX: WNDR) (the “Society” Where “WonderFi“) today announced the launch of” Money Goals “, a financial literacy initiative in partnership with Animal Capital and Josh Richards, focused on GenerationRead More →

Lalehparvar and Holt-Robinson, who recently moved from Surrey, are licensed mutual fund dealers with Sentinel Financial Management Corp. Curtis is also a licensed insurance agent studying for his CFP. They launched free financial literacy, which is catching fire, and they also offer personal plans for their clients. “The timing ofRead More →

MCPS Education Council Passes Resolution Regarding Financial Literacy Graduation Requirement On October 5, Hana O’Looney, a student member of the Board of Education (SMOB), proposed a resolution asking MCPS Acting Superintendent Monifa McKnight to explore the possibility of offering a compulsory one-semester financial literacy course starting with first-year students inRead More →

Philanthropy in communities of color Luisa jung Illustration by Luisa Jung In 2021, black purchasing power is estimated to be around $ 1.5 trillion, making it the focal point of researchers, marketers, advertisers, and other campaigns designed to influence the spending habits of black people. Black. This year alone, ThanksgivingRead More →

Honolulu (KHON2) – The Hawaii Federal Credit Union taught Living808 viewers a lesson on the importance of financial literacy. “Individuals should assess the importance of financial literacy in their own situation,” explains Debra Nelson-Kelli. “It can help them understand the financial concepts that a bank might mention when opening anRead More →

The latest organizations to join the 10-year financial capability initiative combine cultural significance with global reach. ATLANTA, December 2, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Financial literacy for all, a national initiative to support the integration of financial literacy into American culture, today announced the next wave of prominent business, sportsRead More →

A workshop on basic digital and financial literacy was launched yesterday to enable 3,000 women entrepreneurs from a UNDP market to effectively operate and grow their businesses online. Anondomela, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) online marketplace for entrepreneurs, kicked off the 40-day event bringing together participants from 40 districts.Read More →

21 Savage has partnered with Chime to offer students a six-course online financial literacy program for the second year. 21 Savage and its “Leader by Example” foundation are partnering with Chime for the second year of its “Bank Account Financial Education Campaign”. The campaign aims to teach children in gradesRead More →

Providing or facilitating financial education is crucial for advisors who target or serve people of color as clients. Many people of color in the United States believe they won’t have enough savings for retirement, according to a report by Allianz, North American Life Insurance Company. Additionally, fewer people of colorRead More →

21 Wild and its Leading By Example Foundation have once again partnered with the fintech company Carillon to bring their virtual financial literacy campaign back to bank accounts to educate grades 9-12 students across the country on the importance of financial literacy to success. First launched in 2018, the “BankRead More →

BOSTON, November 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Circle Internet Financial, LLC, a global Internet finance company that provides payments and financial infrastructure to businesses of all sizes, today announced the launch of Circle Impact. The initiative is dedicated to measurable improvement in three key areas: financial inclusion, responsible innovationRead More →

Only a third of Canadians have a good understanding of what a financial plan is Over 80% (wrongly) think it’s all about investment management Canadians with a plan are three times more confident of reaching their financial goals TORONTO, November 12, 2021 / CNW / – To mark Financial LiteracyRead More →

One hundred public and school libraries will receive free books and resources as part of an effort to distribute diverse and inclusive financial literacy resources to children and youth. The gift is offered by the American Library Association (ALA) in conjunction with the FINRA Investor Education Foundation (FINRA Foundation). LibraryRead More →

Dr Dava Dorjsuren CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – The Campbellsville University School of Business, Economics and Technology opened a Business and Financial Education Center on the main campus under the leadership of Dr. Dava Dorjsuren, Assistant Professor of Financial Planning and International Business . The mission of the Center for Business andRead More →

In an effort to raise awareness of the importance of financial literacy for first-generation students, undergraduates of Dr. Robert Chatt’s Financial Management course at Westfield State University (WSU) and students of Dr. Mark Congdon Jr’s Advertising & PR Writing and The courses in advertising and public relations campaigns at theRead More →

Financial literacy is lowest among Generation Z. However, the Generation Z cohort is focused on improving their knowledge. It is according to a new report from the TIAA Institute and the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC) at the George Washington University (GW) School of Business. The report used dataRead More →

A year after its launch, the Financial Literacy Certificate program at Idaho State University College of Business has just received its first corporate scholarship thanks to support from Citizens Community Bank, a division of Glacier Bank. The Citizens Community Bank Financial Literacy Scholarship Endowment aims to support the education ofRead More →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

With the onset of COVID-19, the financial situation in health care has lost its grip, often resulting in frightening and adverse outcomes for physicians. A California Medical Association survey found that 64% of physicians expressed a need for financial assistance, 47% of physicians needed temporary housing, and 95% of physicianRead More →

Financial literacy, like all other life skills, is crucial. The earlier you expose it to your children, the better their money management skills will be later in life. This money management practice lays a solid foundation for concepts such as saving, spending, and investing in children. Learning how to investRead More →

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Education and financial services are unequally distributed in the modern economy. Marginalized communities fear working with financial systems or have been cut off from opportunities to accumulate wealth. To expand financial literacy education and help the next generation of financial planners be as diverse as the clients theyRead More →