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  • STUDY REGARDING FINANCIAL LITERACY AMONG INVESTORS was required by the Dodd-Frank Wall-Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, Section 917, to identify the existing level of financial literacy among retail investors as well as methods and efforts to increase financial literacy.
    • FREE
    • Research Report
    • Adult Consumer, College & Young Adult
    • Financial Communication, Financial Decision Making, Financial Institutions, Need For Financial Education
  • FINANCIAL SUCCESS FOR THE REST OF US by author Tony Raygoza is a practical and concise overview of personal finance wisdom. The book provides a series of steps that can teach and enable a person to accumulate, manage and invest their money. It is concise and written in a manner that is easy to read, understand and implement.
    • $10.99
    • Book/E-Book
    • Adult Consumer, College & Young Adult
    • Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Comparison Shopping, Credit, Credit Problems, Debt Management, Diversification, Emergency Fund, Expenses, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Information, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Financial Tasks, Giving, Investments, Money Management, Saving, Time Value Of Money, Wants And Needs
  • SILVER SPOON KIDS: HOW SUCCESSFUL PARENTS RAISE RESPONSIBLE CHILDREN is about raising children in an age of affluence. It addresses how to instill in your family a healthy relationship with money.
    • $13.23
    • Book/E-Book
    • Adult Consumer, College & Young Adult
    • Entrepreneur, Financial Decision Making, Financial Plan, Financial Responsibility, Giving, Money Behavior
  • GOODBYE TO COMPLACENCY: FINANCIAL LITERACY EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES 2000 TO 2OO5 is a research paper commissioned by the AARP to update a study published by the FannieMae Foundation in 2000, "Personal Financial and the Rush to Competence, Financial Literacy Education in the United States." It is an overview of the proliferation and effect...
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    • Article/Information, Research Report
    • Adult Consumer, College & Young Adult
    • Money Behavior, Money Psychology, Saving
  • WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT AUTO FINANCING provides an overview of the auto financing process, with tips on what to do before, during, and after financing a vehicle.
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    • Booklet/Pamphlet, Downloadable Resources
    • Adult Consumer, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Automobile Loan, Comparison Shopping, Credit Report, Leasing
  • CONSUMER GUIDE TO FINANCIAL SELF-DEFENSE is a brochure designed to help consumers identify a qualified financial advisor. It provides tips and a list of top 10 "red flags" that may signal an unethical financial advisor. Also provided is information about filing a complaint if unethical or incompetent practices are suspected.
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    • Booklet/Pamphlet, Downloadable Resources
    • Adult Consumer, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Complaint Procedures, Ethical Behavior, Financial Advisors, Financial Information, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Fraud
  • STARTING TO SAVE FOR RETIREMENT is an Action Guide that explores 4 key steps: Start saving what you can today to give your money time to grow, Learn about retirement savings options, Choose investments based on your timeline and risk tolerance, and Select a financial advisor. Videos and Facilitator Slides also available.
    • FREE
    • Booklet/Pamphlet, Downloadable Resources
    • Adult Consumer, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Bonds, Budget, College Costs, Compound Interest, Diversification, Education, Emergency Fund, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Financial Advisors, Financial Goals, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Strategies, Investment Terms, Investor Education, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money Management, Mutual Funds, Need For Financial Education, Retirement Fund, Retirement Planning, Saving, Stock Markets, Stocks, Student Loans, Time Value Of Money
  • THE TRUTH ABOUT MONEY is a comprehensive book on financial planning, targeted to the college and adult learner. It could serve as a teacher resource in a high school personal finance classroom. Special money quizzes are included in each section. The Third Edition explains difficult financial concepts in plain language.
    • $19.95
    • Book/E-Book
    • Adult Consumer, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Comparison Shopping, Compound Interest, Credit Report, Debt, Diversification, Dollar Cost Averaging, Earning, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Financial Planning, Financial Responsibility, Identity Theft, Inflation, Insurance, Investments, Leasing, Mutual Funds, Risk, Rule Of 72, Social Security, Taxes, Time Value Of Money
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