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Starting off Right: Getting Rid of Student Loans

Starting off Right: Getting Rid of Student Loans

By Shaakirah Medford on 05/18/2017

It's graduation season: start your path to financial security off right and learn how to quickly pay off student loans!

What Appeals to Parents About Children’s Savings Accounts? Findings from a Survey of Low-Income Parents

What Appeals to Parents About Children’s Savings Accounts? Findings from a Survey of Low-Income Parents

By Shira Markoff and Pamela Chan on 05/15/2017

To enhance the field’s understanding of parent perceptions of CSAs further, CFED conducted survey research with low-income parents of young children to assess whether a $100 incentive increases the appeal of CSAs.

Reintroducing….the Save for Success Act!

Reintroducing….the Save for Success Act!

By Joanna Ain and Chad Bolt on 05/05/2017

Research shows that starting to save early for college results in stronger college expectations, higher graduation rates, improved social-emotional development and greater likelihood to own savings accounts as adults.

The Financial CHOICE Act Ignores One of the Greatest Lessons Learned from the Great Recession

The Financial CHOICE Act Ignores One of the Greatest Lessons Learned from the Great Recession

By Emanuel Nieves on 05/05/2017

Families need a strong watchdog looking over Wall street, and the CFPB has been doing that for six years.

Toxic Inequality: It’s Not Just an Environmental Issue

Toxic Inequality: It’s Not Just an Environmental Issue

By Emanuel Nieves on 05/04/2017

Despite recent attention to the economic and social vulnerabilities facing people of color—Black and Latino populations in particular—the Trump presidency has shifted a great deal of national attention to the plight of White, working-class voters, many of whom elevated the President into office.

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