Life Insurance: A Solid Financial Foundation

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On April 3, 2015
This is the fifth article in a six-part series examining America’s growing Financial Literacy crisis and ways to combat it. The series’ goal is to drive awareness of the problem; encourage dialogue among diverse communities, corporate entities, and constituencies; and lead to the creation of educational opportunities and programs that can help people achieve a […]
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Launch of LiSA Literacy Project with NFEC

  • Posted by Debbie Gerlicher
  • On March 31, 2015
LiSA Initiative Teams up with NFEC to Promote Financial Literacy through LiSA Literacy Project Organizations Plan to Roll Out Financial Education Programs Across the Country to help Improve the Lives of Americans LiSA Initiative and the National Financial Educators Council kick off a landmark year for financial literacy with the announcement that the two organizations […]
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Financial Literacy’s Gender Gap: What Can be Done?

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On March 30, 2015
Be sure to check out this terrific article on the National Financial Educators Council’s (NFEC) website, “Addressing the Financial Literacy Gender Gap.” The article examines financial literacy’s widening gender gap and offers what can be done to make financial education more accessible to women. The article makes many of the same points that LiSA Initiative […]
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Keep the Wolf from the Door

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On March 27, 2015
This is the fourth article in a six-part series examining America’s growing Financial Literacy crisis and ways to combat it. The series’ goal is to drive awareness of the problem; encourage dialogue among diverse communities, corporate entities, and constituencies; and lead to the creation of educational opportunities and programs that can help people achieve a […]
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Bridging the Gender Gap

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On March 6, 2015
This is the second article in a six-part series examining America’s growing Financial Literacy crisis and ways to combat it. The series’ goal is to drive awareness of the problem; encourage dialogue among diverse communities, corporate entities, and constituencies; and lead to the creation of educational opportunities and programs that can help people achieve a […]
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Financial Illiteracy: Drawing a Line in the Sand

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On February 27, 2015
This is the first article in a six-part series examining America’s growing Financial Literacy crisis and ways to combat it. The series’ goal is to drive awareness of the problem; encourage dialogue among diverse communities, corporate entities, and constituencies; and lead to the creation of educational opportunities and programs that can help people achieve a […]
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Article : Women and Financial Literacy

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On February 19, 2015
Financial Literacy: Today’s Hottest Topic Everywhere I look these days I seem to find articles about women and financial literacy. They’re available from a variety of sources, such as online blogs and newspapers to printed magazines and books. Maybe I’m seeing so much coverage of this issue since I’m laser-focused on the subject because of […]
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LiSA Initiative Launches New Website to Connect with Women

  • Posted by Laura Manzer
  • On February 17, 2015
New Grassroots Women’s Organization’s known as LiSA Initiative Designs Website as Resource LiSA submitted a press release last week to announce the launch of its website. LiSA, a women’s initiative launched by First Financial Security, Inc. (FFS), announced its new website at FFS’s annual JumpStart event Jan. 22-24. More than simply an initiative, LiSA is […]
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A New Year, A New Initiative, A New Focus

  • Posted by Debbie Gerlicher
  • On January 31, 2015
In 2015, LiSA Initiative will be laser-focused on Financial Illiteracy in the United States. The data and statistics tell us that women are increasingly becoming responsible for a growing portion of the U.S. economy ($22 trillion by the year 2020). Yet, besides making great strides in so many areas, women feel poorly prepared to deal with […]
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What you Don’t Know…

  • Posted by LiSA
  • On January 31, 2015
You wouldn’t drive a car or use heavy machinery without first reading a manual and learning how to operate it safely. Failure to do so could result in loss of life or a devastating injury. Yet, many Americans think nothing of making decisions about an equally important matter – their personal finances – without the […]
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