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Financial Literacy Month
How have you used your money to benefit yourself or others? Did you give it to a friend, family member or an organization in need? Did you save it for an emergency fund... use it for a vacation with a friend... to treat a child in your life to an especially fun day... to be able to change careers or start a new business...to pursue a new interest... to join a gym to get back in shape.
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The 58th Annual Financial Literacy & Economic Education Conference
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Financial IQ quiz
Cybersecurity, Personal Finance and Economics
Math in the real world
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Investing in a College Education
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Math in the Real World
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On This Day in Economic History
On this day in Wardner, Idaho a strike by mine workers to get a pay raise to $3.50 per day turned violent, resulting in $250,000 of damaged and destroyed property.