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A deal on the debt ceiling?

Jul 16, 2019

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Why the Federal Reserve makes comic books

by Maria Hollenhorst May 21, 2019
“We just wanted to create a tool that was accessible.”
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Can a pop-up teach women about financial literacy?

by Janet Nguyen May 7, 2019
Stacks House tries to tackle the topic with an Instagram-ready installation.
A view of a money shower inside the pop-up Stacks House.
Steven Byeon/Marketplace

Companies offer "financial wellness" programs as a job perk

by Marketplace Contributor Jul 11, 2017
An increasing number of companies have started offering free programs to teach employees how to manage their own money.
Ashly Johnson recently finished a manager training program with Waffle House, where she learned how to run a restaurant -- and manage her own personal finances better.
Elly Yu

In Louisiana, kids learn about balancing the books and paying bills

by Marketplace Contributor Dec 2, 2016
Last May, Louisiana made financial literacy a mandatory topic in state public schools.
At the Finance Park, a financial literacy simulation in Baton Rouge, middle school students learn the basics of paying bills and taxes, and how to balance a monthly budget.
Jesse Hardman
Financial Feud

Financial Feud: Financial Literacy

by Marketplace Contributor Nov 27, 2013
39 states now have financial curriculum standards in their schools, which means, there's a new teacher in town.

Young, famous and newly rich: A family dilemma for pro athletes

by Noel King May 23, 2013
Kobe Bryant's legal battle with his mother over the sale of his childhood memorabilia is an extreme example of the pressure some pro athletes feel from their families when they become wealthy.
Young Wade Davis with his parents and sister.
Courtesy Wade Davis

New app teaches financial literacy to young people

by Barbara Bogaev Feb 8, 2013
Mindblown Life, a new mobile app, is designed to help young people achieve financial literacy by helping players make tough financial decisions.

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Websites encourage kids to learn about finance online

by Dan Bobkoff Nov 9, 2012
Virtual bank accounts allow parents to deposit allowance online and teach kids about spending and saving.

A car can transport people out of poverty

by Marketplace Contributor Oct 5, 2012
When you're poor, car trouble can spiral out of control -- but for those without access to public transportation, a car is essential.

Teen summer jobs: Whose money is it, anyway?

by Tess Vigeland Jun 8, 2012
It's summertime and many teens are making the most of it by getting a job. They worked for that money, so they should have full control over it. Or should they?
Summer is a good time for your kids to earn money -- and also learn financial responsibility.
Chris Nystrom