As kids head back to school, banks across the United States will deploy their resources, reach and expertise to provide the next generation, particularly those in underserved communities, with the financial education they need.
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Volunteer bankers will teach more than 70,000 students the fundamentals of financial literacy and the importance of saving for the unexpected as part of Teach Children to Save Day tomorrow.
New York student Leonardo Cross won the first-place grand prize of $5,000 in the ABA Foundation’s Lights, Camera, Save! video contest, the foundation announced today.
The eight finalists have been announced in the American Bankers Association Foundation’s Lights, Camera, Save! national video contest for teenagers.
When Gilda Nogueira’s family immigrated to the United States, East Cambridge Savings Bank in Cambridge, Massachusetts, helped them land on their feet and begin their new life in America. Today, Nogueira pays this opportunity forward through community banking as president and CEO of ECSB.
COVID-19 forced traditional bank financial education classroom presentations online. Tips from financial literacy experts for delivering learning and value through video-conferenced lessons.
The ABA Foundation today launched its 2021 financial education campaign, which consists of three programs—Teach Children to Save, Safe Banking for Seniors and Get Smart About Credit—that provide banker volunteers with the resources to teach financial education to local communities.
Educate your followers, while humanizing your bank’s brand and building trust.
The ABA Banking Journal Podcast continues a pre-Thanksgiving tradition by interviewing the winners of ABA’s 2020 Community Commitment Awards. These stories present the perfect inspiration as we prepare for the season of thanks and giving.
The American Bankers Association today expressed support for a recently finalized Department of Labor interim final rule implementing section 203 of the bipartisan Secure Act of 2019 to require that defined contribution plans (such as 401(k) plans) include two lifetime income illustrations on a plan participant’s pension benefit statement at least once every 12 months.