Book Review: Debt Free by 30 by Jason Anthony and Karl Cluck Here is the book for those who didn’t start out on a good financial footing. It’s for those who aren’t paying attention to those pesky bank balances. Those who pay minimum on their charge cards or loans. Those who still ask their parents [...]
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Life After School Explained – by Jesse Vickey, Andy Ferguson, Nicole Vickey We have all said it, “I never learned that in school”. There are so many subjects that we are taught, however, that we never, ever use. How many of you have used calculus EVER since school? And when have you found it useful [...]
Mint Interview Vince Shorb The National Financial Educators Councils’ CEO, Vince Shorb, was featured by Mint.com. Shorb addresses topics that include: defining financial literacy, personal finance misconceptions and what schools & parents can be doing to improve the financial capabilities of our youth. Click here to visit Mint.com and read the full interview. Read the [...]
Raising financial literacy competencies among students and community members forms the main goal of an exciting campaign launched at Wake Technical Community College this year. In collaboration with the SunTrust Foundation and the National Financial Educators Council, Wake Tech opened the inaugural semester of its Center for Financial Education in spring 2013 to serve students, [...]
Educator Spotlight: Background, Family Values, NFEC Inspire Stan Webb to Spread Financial Literacy Stan Webb’s personal mission to help and serve others began as early as childhood. Today Webb has refocused his passion and experience into advocacy for the financial literacy movement. He founded the Minerva Foundation for Financial Literacy and has developed a clear game-plan [...]