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Join the Minnesota Association of Family & Consumer Sciences as we present the 2019 state conference/ symposium

February 4th & 5th

Minnesota Department of Education

Roseville, MN

Excursion events will occur on Monday Feb 4th

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Financial Friday 10/26/18

October 26, 2018

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Friday Five

#GlobalFinlit With Right About Money:
Why Women Are Better At Managing Risk

 


WHO WE ARE
 
Headquartered in Washington DC, the American Bankers Association is the voice of the nation’s $15 trillion banking industry, which is composed of small, regional and large banks that together employ more than 2 million people, safeguard $11 trillion in deposits and extend more than $8 trillion in loans. Learn more at aba.com.

Through its leadership, partnerships, and national programs, ABA’s Community Engagement Foundation (dba ABA Foundation), a 501(c)3 subsidiary of the American Bankers Association, has been helping banks improve their communities through financial education since 1925. ABA Foundation’s financial education programs engage banks of all sizes and charters, from large multinational and regional banks to single-branch community banks.
 
UPCOMING EVENT
 
Help us find the next Lights, Camera, Save! finalists, with the top prize of $5,000 to the overall winner. We’re looking for creative, innovative concepts—teens’ imaginations are the only limit to coming up with unique savings scenarios! Winning videos will be posted on YouTube and viewed by people across the globe. This free contest is open to all students age 13–18 who submit a money-savvy themed video by Dec. 3.

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Jeni Pastier                                                                                                          
202-663-5453
jpastier@aba.com

#GlobalFinLit With Right About Money

By Dan Kadlec

Why Women Are Better At Managing Risk

Raising the personal financial capability of individuals around the globe is proving to be a difficult proposition. One reason now coming to light: When it comes to financial concepts, people have vastly different learning curves, new research shows. Males and females absorb different money concepts at a different rate, and age and educational attainment throw in another set of wild cards, according to a presentation from Paul Gerrans, a business professor at the University of Western Australia. Full Story >> 

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