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The latest on financial literacy in schools and how women ended up with the most student debt

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

Top 12 moments from my whirlwind Financial Literacy Month

Some of my favorite snapshots from the road, from supersmart kids to savvy moms.

How one man is bringing financial literacy to rural villages in Nepal

Prakash Koirala hosts financial literacy workshops in rural Nepal to teach people basic money concepts.

I’m kicking off Money Smart Week 2018 in Chicago!

Join Money Smart Week in Chicago, and across the country, for thousands of free financial literacy events this April.

Watch kids talk about money

Check out this hilarious video that teach kids financial basics.

Why universities should add personal finance to their social work programs

Holly Mirabella talks about her career in financial social work, and how she got there.

3 cool organizations teaching kids about money

Here are some organizations that are taking financial literacy education to new heights.

The latest on identity theft, relationship finances, and how the GOP tax plan could hurt students

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

Raise your daughters to be investors

Women now represent a higher percentage of people who have saved $1 million or more for retirement in a 401(k).

The latest on student loans, millennial money, and the war against college

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on tax reform, winning the lottery, and hidden costs for LGBTQ Americans

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on money conversations, Medicaid, and the gig economy

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on sending grandkids to college, tiny homeownership, and financial literacy

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on student loans, sharing your salary, and planning for the unexpected

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on charitable millennials and financial aid for school

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on financial aid, bank promotions, and college

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on bankruptcy, millennial women, and a nationwide college crisis

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on charitable kids, money stress, and college tuition

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on millennial money, free college, and financial advice for creatives

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on shopping as a stay-at-home parent, broke dating, and more

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on free college, saving money as a parent, and smart financial strategies

Financial Finds: A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

The latest on credit card fees and how credit scores impact your love life

A weekly roundup of quick personal finance reads.

Little plastic grenades

A new survey reveals that many young adults with credit cards don’t really “get” them.

How financial literacy can help combat student debt

Why more states need to require personal finance as a high school course.

There is power in a union

One credit union in Maine is bringing financial education to some of its hardest-hit members.

Money as You Grow featured in the CFPB’s fourth annual financial literacy report!

Proud to be a part of the CFPB’s efforts to encourage more money-savvy kids!

Make Your Kid a Money Genius (Even If You’re Not)

A guide for parents that offers the “financial facts of life” for every stage of kids' lives. Pre-order today on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, & Indiebound.

An interview with Elizabeth Warren

The Senior Senator from Massachusetts, creator of the CFPB and grandma of three talks to Beth about the personal side of personal finance, at the Huffington Post.

3 questions your kid needs to be able to answer about money

Can your kid pass this 3-question money quiz? (And, just between us, can you?)

Join Beth for a panel on financial literacy at Columbia University

On April 21, 2016 at 5pm, Beth will moderate a panel on financial literacy, part of an event celebrating the national expansion of the Cowin Financial Literacy Program at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Money as You Grow has a new home with the CFPB

Some new activities to teach kids money habits at all ages.

Beth Kobliner on CNBC "On the Money"

What are the top five money mistakes parents make with their kids? Beth went on CNBC "On the Money" to discuss. See her tips!

9 ways you’re passing on bad money habits to your kids

Even the most money-evolved parents make mistakes. Are you guilty of these?

In any language, money education matters

Beth sat down with Elsa Fornero, Italy’s former Minister of Labor, to discuss how financial literacy can bring about social reform.

Proud to be appointed to President’s Council, helping to improve the financial lives of our nation’s kids

I’m excited to share that I’ve been selected by President Obama to serve on the new President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans.

I'm in Chicago with the President's Advisory Council!

This trip is for the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability, but this time around the Council's Youth Subcommittee will conduct a "listening session" on teaching financial capability in the Chicago Public Schools.

5 things every student should know about money

Last Friday, I was invited to speak at SUNY Westchester Community College (WCC) for the launch of their brand new (and beautiful!) Center for Financial and Economic Education. I was honored to be part of it.

Annamaria Lusardi: The first lady of financial literacy

I think of Annamaria Lusardi as the Annie Sullivan of personal finance. Just like Sullivan taught Helen Keller how to communicate, Lusardi is teaching our country how to communicate—about money.

Reflections from the first Council meeting

On Tuesday, I had the honor of attending the first meeting of the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability in Washington, DC.

The first President's Advisory Council meeting is tomorrow!

I was recently appointed to the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability, and tomorrow the council will meet for the first time in Washington, DC.

I've just been appointed to the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability!

I'm ready to help the council address financial literacy!

I spoke to parents about teaching little kids about money

School's starting, and even though financial reform has made lots of people buzz about financial literacy and the importance of teaching kids about money, most schools haven't yet incorporated money lessons into their curriculum.