America Saves Week (February 25 – March 2)

Plan ahead! America Saves Week brings together diverse nonprofit, government, academic, and business groups to encourage and support Americans to save effectively. America Saves provides participating organizations with useful savings tools and resources ranging from engaging contests to social media posts and graphics to sample presentations and activities. Sign up now to be part of …

W!se FinLit Webinar: Test Prep Resources from NGPF

From our friends at W!se NY & NGPF: Are you suffering from resource overload? W!se has a webinar for that! One of the challenges of teaching personal finance is there are countless resources for every topic, but determining whether they are appropriate or quality can take valuable hours. Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) is a nonprofit …

Friday (1/11): #TaxTimeSavings Twitter Chat

From our friends at the Consumer Federation of America: Each tax season, households making less than $52,000 claim $100 billion in federal tax refunds. For many of America’s low and moderate income households, their tax refund is by far the largest check they receive all year. This windfall provides the perfect opportunity to start or grow …

The Insiders Guide to Gmail Inboxes

As a seasoned Google Certified Trainer I have seen thousands of GMail Inboxes with 1K+ unread messages and clearly no organized approach to managing email. Over the years, I have applied some successful strategies for managing my GMail inbox to achieve what is often referred to as ‘inbox zero.’ The best place to begin is …

Conversation with the Chair: A Teacher Town Hall Meeting

From FederalReservEducation.org: Conversation with the Chair: A Teacher Town Hall Meeting Educators are invited to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s first town hall for kindergarten through post-secondary teachers. After opening remarks, Chairman Powell will take questions from audiences across the country. The event will take place from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, February 6, …

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