April is Financial Literacy Month, and it’s a great time to progress on your financial journey. At Truist, we understand everyone’s financial journey and goals are unique. But when you reframe your relationship to money, a positive mindset can lead to positive changes – in more than just your financial life. We can help with inspiration and guidance.
CINCINNATI, April 1, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Fifth Third Bank, National Association is pleased to join with Operation Hope to present a series of four free virtual financial education events in April to coincide with National Financial Capability Month, also commonly known across the U.S. as Financial Literacy Month.
Young people have the power to build successful futures by learning the importance of financial literacy early. There’s no time like the present Financial Literacy Month of April for students to dive into the world of economic education.
As the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, personal finances and purchasing habits have changed abruptly and dramatically for nearly everyone. More people are working – and buying – from home. Many are spending more consciously, while others, sadly, are facing unemployment, furloughs or a reduced income.
These days managing your personal finances or even following the business news can be overwhelming if you don’t have mastery of basic financial jargon. A basic financial vocabulary helps fill in the blanks in understanding a confusing and volatile market.
Financial Literacy Experts and K-6 Educators to Participate in All-Day Virtual Event on Twitter Designed to Spark Conversations About Money in Classrooms Nationwide
SILVER SPRING, Md. April 3, 2019 /3BL Media/ - In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, Jackson Charitable Foundation and Discovery Education, the leading provider of standards-aligned digital curriculum resources, engaging content, and professional learning for K-12 classrooms, today announced the Day of Financial Literacy Learning and Fun – a day of online engagement dedicated to empowering educators with the tools, knowledge and confidenc
April is National Financial Literacy Month, making it the perfect time to check your financial knowledge. Finding out what you know (and don’t know) can help you take the first step toward mastering your money.
As much as you may hate to admit it, money makes the world go ‘round, and understanding how your money works (or doesn’t work) for you determines whether you’ll be along for the ride or left in the dust.
Knowing the basics – your income, expenses, debts and savings – is the first step toward taking control of your money and improving your financial well-being. In fact, if you’re like most people, learning basic money management skills today can help you take more control of your financial future.
DETROIT, April 1, 2013 /3BL Media/ PRNewswire/ -- In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, Ally Financial will launch its "30 Days of Financial Literacy" initiative featuring more than 30 personal finance classes throughout the month of April as well as daily personal finance tips on Twitter at @Ally.