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Field Testing Outcome Measures for Community-based Financial Coaching and Capability Programs: A report by J. Michael Collins and Collin O'Rourke describing a small set of standardized measures that could be considered "benchmarks" in the field of Financial Coaching programs.
Discover the potential of group financial coaching options with J. Michael Collins, Ryan Eisner and Collin O’Rourke. Is group coaching a viable option? Is it effective in delivering financial education and improving financial well being?
Since 2008 upward of four million families have lost their homes to foreclosure. However, many families who defaulted on their mortgages avoided foreclosure and still remain in their homes. In this brief, Hannah Thomas explores how families in foreclosure exhaust their wealth.
Does offering bank accounts improve the financial capability of a vulnerable population? Research by Michael Collins, Nathalie Gons, & Kasey Wiedrich among job training participants indicates that integrating access to financial products and services is feasible at scale.
AARP Foundation, in collaboration with the Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation, designed and disseminated a financial capability curriculum targeted to the 50+ age group. Approximately 2,775 people participated in these classes in 2012 and 2013.
With support from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, researchers from Montana State University and the Federal Reserve Board created a new database of state-mandated high school personal finance and economics education requirements, spanning the years 1970 through 2014, for all 50 states. The database provides unprecedented detail about state financial education standards.