Page 8 of 16
1 6 7 8 9 10 16

Blog

Financial Policy Best Practice Framework

By:


On March 18th 2014 the US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen stated the need for “reasonable confidence” in order to effectuate a more conservative monetary policy focusing on interest rate raise. Chair Yellen has indicated four macroeconomic factors that need to be further monitored. The labor market with further unemployment rate decline; A continued rise […]

Why Financial Education?

By:


It is a sad fact today that most people starting with students are financially illiterate. Here are some sobering facts: The average score on a freshman “financial literacy exam” was 59%, according to the JumpStart Coalition. The average student has roughly $23,000 in student loans, $4,000 in credit card debt and four credit cards. An […]

Page 8 of 16
1 6 7 8 9 10 16