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Money: people love and hate to talk about it. They want to make it, they want to use it, and they love having it, but when it comes to actually thinking about it, how we get it, how we use and how it helps or hurt us—that's when people start to ask questions.

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Know the Rules to Break the Rules in 2019: Mastercard Podcast's Second Season is Ready

Fortune Favors the Bold helps break assumptions about money.

Originally Published by Mastercard.

Money: people love and hate to talk about it. They want to make it, they want to use it, and they love having it, but when it comes to actually thinking about it, how we get it, how we use and how it helps or hurt us—that's when people start to ask questions.

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Bridging the Financial Literacy Gap: PwC

A new national survey released by PwC of 2,000 educators shows that a lack of financial education remains a critical problem that needs to be addressed in today's society.

The wealth gap in the United States is threatening Americans' aspirations for social advancement and equal opportunity. Minorities, women and the least educated have some of the lowest financial literacy rates in the nation, a major concern for businesses that see attracting a more diverse workforce as a business imperative. A new national survey of 2,000 educators shows that a lack of financial education remains a critical problem that needs to be addressed in today's society. The survey, released this week by professional services firm PwC, also highlights the critical role of our nation's teachers in helping to curb the gap in financial education. But, teachers need more support.

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APIASF and Wong Fu Productions Financial Literacy Video Surpasses One Million Views

Sponsored by Wells Fargo, the video was developed as a tool to raise awareness of financial literacy for Asian-American college students.

APIASF AND WONG FU PRODUCTIONS FINANCIAL LITERACY VIDEO

SURPASSES ONE MILLION VIEWS

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Georgette Dixon: How Wells Fargo Helps Communities Grow

This self-described former 'performing artist' has embraced the challenge of helping Wells Fargo educate and connect with underrepresented groups in its communities.

Georgette "Gigi" Dixon has been an active community leader, one who has tied community support to business goals—first at Wachovia and now at Wells Fargo, where she is senior vice president and director of national partnerships, Government and Community Relations.

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