Sunday, November 6, 2016

Financial Literacy Gender Gap: What You Need to Know About That is Hurting You





7 to 9 PM Pacific Time Tuesday, 8 November 2016 Radio Show

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Show Link
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/progressintheworld/2016/11/09/gender-financial-literacy-gap-11-things-that-are-hurting-you



Learn about these 11 Things:


       1.   What is one of the most vital components that 2/3 of women lack to be financially   secure?

       2.   What is one of the easiest and powerful ways to build wealth that is seldom   discussed?

       3.  What has been ignored for generations in our educational system that is vitally important topic that has left people completely vulnerable?

       4.  What percentage of people across the income spectrum live paycheck to       paycheck ?  

       5.     Why is it more important than ever for women to learn what to do with their economic power?

       6.     How much economic power do women have?

       7.     What explains the gender gap in financial literacy?

       8.     What is one of the most challenging aspects about the subject of money that   becomes one of the biggest obstacles for individuals to overcome?

       9.     What is another important component of addressing the financial gender gap?

       10.   What is one major reason why this disparity is so vitally important for us to overcome?

       11.   How do we overcome this gender gap ?



Topic Articles to Consider:

-July 2016 article by Women’s World Banking

-Nov 2015 Wall Street Journal article:  What’s Behind the Financial Literacy Gap?

-National Partnership for Women and Families:  Promotes fairness in the workplace, quality health care, and policies that help women and men meet the dual demands of work and family.

-National Financial Educators Council: Addressing the Financial Literacy Gap.

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The financial literacy curriculum & presentations are designed to accommodate a variety of schedules and learning outcomes. Organizations have used the curriculum as workshops of various lengths, after-school programs, weekend seminars, camps, in-class training, lunch-and-learns, for-credit college classes, employee education and various other delivery forms.

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Financial Literacy Action Network
Brandy Speer, Executive Director
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 San Marcos, CA  92069
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