The Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy has set a new goal to increase financial education in our nation’s classrooms 25 percent by the end of 2025. This exciting new initiative dubbed “Project Groundswell” plans to enlist the help of parents, family members, educators, volunteers and Jump$tart’s nationwide network of state affiliates. The focus of … Continue reading Jump$tart Launches CheckYourSchool.org
Wednesday, February 13, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM, Hamilton, MT Money is a very difficult topic for all ages to discuss and causes an immense amount of stress. Learning about your (or your client’s) money profile can alleviate some of this stress. Syble Solomon is the creator of Money Habitudes which is used around the US and … Continue reading Money Habitudes: Where Money, Emotions and Life Meet!
Kathy Revello, Family and Consumer Science Agent with the Missoula office of MSU Extension, forwards the following tips people can use to cope with the ongoing economic downturn. The tips were compiled by Jim Garnett—aka “Ask Mr. G”—member of the Institute of Financial Education Board of Educational Advisors. We hope you find something you can … Continue reading How to Remain Stable in an Unstable Economy