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Missouri's United Bank of Union Helps Promote Financial Literacy

United Bank of Union has made a conscious effort to help increase financial literacy among members of the Union, Missouri and surrounding communities during the 2013-2014 school year.  200 more words

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Embedded Education: Taking Financial Education to Scale

> Posted by Guy Stuart, Ph.D., Executive Director, Microfinance Opportunities

The past few decades have seen an impressive expansion of financial services to the world’s under- and unbanked populations. 877 more words

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Social Security Disability Fund Has Two Years Left

People tend to think of their Social Security benefits as an actual account, in their name, which contains cash or investments. In reality, the Social Security trust fund contains nothing more than IOUs that have no value beyond a promise to impose higher taxes on future workers. 236 more words


Are You Doing Your Research? (Update on NEU)

  Is NEU headed into the stratosphere?

Options traders need to do some basic research on the companies they follow and trade.  Not only will you be a better trader but a smarter person.   447 more words


TrustAtlantic Bank and The Daniel Center for Math and Science Team Up

In late 2012, TrustAtlantic Bank implemented a financial literacy program with The Daniel Center for Math and Science. The Daniel Center is an after school program for children ages 5 to 12 that is located in a low-income census tract in Southeast Raleigh. 200 more words

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Wisconsin Saves Fun Tip: Prepare For Back to School, CLOTHING SWAP Week 3

The Wisconsin Office of the State Treasurer proudly teams up with WWBIC (Wisconsin’s Womens Business Initiative Corporation) for “Wisconsin Saves Fun Tip.”

The entire month of August, we are committed to helping you PREPARE FOR BACK TO SCHOOL AND SAVE! 91 more words

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How Much Is $100 Worth In Each State?

Mental Floss has so many random, interesting articles! I found this one that shows how much $100 is worth in each state. How did your state do?