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According to a new survey from NEFE in partnership with Right About Money, 74 percent of Americans believe financial instruction in K-12 schools gets the best results in building financial well-being.
42% of workers report that they want to retire gradually, according to a Transamerica study and many pre-retirees are looking for ways to ease into their second act.
The Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy will honor Ted Beck, president and CEO of the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE), with the William E. Odom Visionary Leadership Award.
A recent analysis on the financial proficiency of teenagers shows Americans are uniquely in peril as the U.S. is the only country demonstrating low financial literacy levels compounded with low retirement income replacement rates.
More than two thirds of adults will make a financial New Year’s resolution for 2017, a sign that Americans remain focused on their financial health as much as their physical health.
New Poll Sheds Light on Financial Concerns under New Administration
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