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The Jay Fund Supports Families through Financial Education

Since 1996, the Jay Fund has honored the memory of Boston College football player Jay McGillis by supporting families throughout northeast Florida, New York, and New Jersey in the fight against childhood cancer. 199 more words

JOE COSGROVE

Believe in Your Power

Confidence or self-esteem refers to a person’s sense of worth. It consists of believing in one’s self values, behaviors and abilities.

One of the biggest things that I have noticed when it comes to women taking control of their money is the amount of confidence they have in their abilities. 327 more words

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Financial Exclusion and Youth Sports

> Posted by Danielle Piskadlo, Director, Investing in Inclusive Finance, CFI

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My sister-in-laws won’t let me say the “H” word around their kids because of how much hockey equipment and ice time cost. 594 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

Wired for Sound!

Wow, that last post all about personal development books turned into a bit of a marathon. I’ll try to keep this one a little shorter, but personal development is a bit of a passion of mine. 418 more words

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Hitting the Jackpot: The Impact of Lotteries on Savings

> Posted by Emma Morse, Project Specialist, CFI

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Mavis Wanczyk, a staff member at Mercy Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts and a mother of two, recently became a multi-millionaire, revealing herself as the $758.7 million Powerball jackpot winner – the largest individual winner ever. 1,164 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

Budget 2018 - 5 Pension Planning Tips

By Frank Conway

Top 5 Pension Planning Tips

There are a few smart tactics to be considered to keep pension plans on track, depending on the types of pensions an individual may hold and where they are in their life cycle. 477 more words

Financial Education

Nobel Prize for 'Nudging' Economics and Better Money Habits

By Frank Conway

What great news! US economist Richard Thaler, one of the founding fathers of behavioural economics, has won this year’s Nobel Prize for Economics. 424 more words

Financial Education