financial education

CSD Learns Awarded $75,000 Grant From Wells Fargo

Foundation to Create Financial Educational Resources in American Sign Language
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T. Rowe Price: Parents Who Stick to Their Holiday Spending Budgets Are More Likely to Shop Online

Survey finds that 83% of parents participate in at least one promotional shopping day
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November 16, 2017 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price’s 2017 Parents Kids & Money Survey, which sampled parents of 8 to 14 year olds nationally and their kids, found that 72% of the parents surveyed set a specific budget for holiday spending, yet 58% of the parents surveyed agree that they spend more money during the holidays than they intended.

Wells Fargo Stories of Better: Detroit HomeLift

Military veteran Kienya Rudolph, of Detroit, who lost his home, rebuilt his credit and savings, and became a homeowner again through Detroit HomeLift.
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A new Wells Fargo video series celebrates the triumph of the human spirit over adversity and spotlights individuals who are working to make their communities better every day.

Wells Fargo: Giving College Dreams a Foundation to Grow From

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After learning about the investment at a Wells Fargo Advisors' Family Finance Night, Jesse Swanagan, a single father in St. Louis, is using a 529 college savings account to ensure his son will escape poverty and achieve something he wasn’t able to: a college degree. (You-Tube video: 3 minutes)

FSR Names The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. a Winner of Corporate Social Responsibility Leadership Awards


FSR member companies strengthened their local communities by supporting over a million volunteer projects, donating over $1.1 billion dollars for the second year in a row, volunteering nearly 8 million hours, and completing close to 700,000 financial literacy projects.

The recipients of FSR’s 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility Leadership Awards are:

The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.

Allstate Insurance Company

Associated Banc‑Corp

What Your Kids Need to Know About Money at Ages 5, 10, and 15


One of the most important tasks for parents to tackle while raising kids is ensuring that they have a proper understanding of how money works—how to earn it, save it, spend it, borrow it, and invest it. Teaching kids about money sets them on the right path to be responsible with it when they grow into adults.

Where should you start when it comes to teaching your kids about money? T. Rowe Price believes it’s best to begin with the basics and, in this case, that means vocabulary.

6 Steps for African American Families to Build Wealth


The stats are troubling. According to a Pew Research Center analysis a few years ago, wealth of white households was 13 times greater than the wealth of black households.

Many factors may be to blame for the wealth gap, notably income inequality, but retirement savings is equally important.

T. Rowe Price Launches Teacher Edition of Its Popular Star Banks Adventure® Game for Kids

New Classroom Mode helps teachers and parents build kids’ financial capabilities by focusing on key learning opportunities and tracking progress
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May 17, 2017 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price has launched a Teacher Edition of the Star Banks Adventure game, a free app and online experience designed to teach kids financial concepts while having fun. The game was designed with a tile-matching concept to engage kids quickly and to reinforce the financial concepts embedded within the game.

How to Get a Financial Education – On Your Terms


There is no one-size-fits-all plan for improving your financial literacy. A good plan should be tailored to financial decisions you’re facing today and fit the way you learn best.

Whether you learn best sitting on the couch with your dog, or chatting with your friends over coffee, we’ve got you covered.

Whatever your terms are, there are a variety of educational resources to help you get a solid financial education.

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