As inflation remains elevated and consumers face persistently higher prices for goods and services, nearly two-thirds—64%—of them are now considered “financially unhealthy,” according to new data released by J.D. Power.
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Millennials and Gen Z individuals planning to buy their first home rely heavily on websites and social media to learn about personal finance, according to a survey of potential homebuyers published today.
ABA today launched three new online courses for bank employees designed to enhance multicultural banking services, promote diversity, equity and inclusion, and reduce the number of unbanked in the country.
Lindsay Torrico has been named SVP of bank community engagement and executive director of the American Bankers Association Foundation.
Ohio student Brodie Bosworth won the first-place grand prize of $5,000 in the ABA Foundation’s Lights, Camera, Save! video contest, the foundation announced today.
The ABA Foundation today observes Teach Children to Save Day in connection with its flagship financial education program, Teach Children to Save.
It’s National Financial Literacy Month, but on the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, the Wall Street Journal’s Matthew Hennessey digs into the literacy that undergirds financial literacy: the basics of economic decision-making, from prices and markets to preferences and specialization.
The ABA Foundation today kicked off its Lights, Camera, Save! Social media contest on the ABA Instagram page, where the public can now vote for their favorite video entry submitted by teens from across the country.
The latest biennial Survey of the States from the Council for Economic Education revealed some progress in personal finance education in public schools, but no growth in required economic education.