FDIC Money Guide for Young Adults and Teens

FDIC Money Guide for Young Adults and Teens Special Edition of Consumer Newsletter Also Features Ideas to Help Prepare Children for Financial Independence

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) published a collection of simple, practical tips for young adults and teens on saving, managing money, and avoiding financial scams. This special edition of the […]

Money Smart for Young Adults: Longitudinal Study Site Screening Form

Money Smart for Young Adults: Longitudinal Study Site Screening Form

The FDIC is in the early phases of a research study to evaluate the Money Smart for Young Adults curriculum. This study will assess how the curriculum impacts participants’ financial knowledge and behavior. This survey builds on the evaluation that found the Money Smart curriculum […]

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Money Smart for Young Adults: Longitudinal Study Site Screening Form

The FDIC is in the early phases of a research study to evaluate the Money Smart for Young Adults curriculum. This study will assess how the curriculum impacts participants’ financial knowledge and behavior. This survey builds on the evaluation that found the Money Smart […]

Young Adults Twice as Likely to Be Unemployed – Gallup

Young Adults Twice as Likely to Be Unemployed – Of those employed, 15- to 29-year-olds least likely to say their job is ideal

The youngest adults in the world’s workforce are the most likely to be unemployed and underemployed, according to Gallup surveys in more than 131 countries. Twelve percent of young adults report being […]

18-34 Year Olds Twice as Likely as Parents to Want to Improve Financial Behavior – According to New Poll

According to a recent poll by JPMorgan Chase & Co. and U.S. News & World Report, young adults (ages 18-34) are most likely to want to save more and spend less money, pay down debts, and develop a budget in 2011 compared to others. In fact, while one in four Americans set a personal financial […]