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Student loan bill set to pass
If you haven't heard all of the reports lately regarding federal student loan interest rates, it may "interest" you to know that the rates on subsidized (More)
Financial gains under DOMA
Wednesday's ruling to overturn DOMA will mean major financial changes are on the horizon for same-sex married couples who reside in states that recognize gay marriage. Besides the big change to tax filing status going forward, same sex couples are no (More)
Test Your Financial Literacy
 In a June 4th article, the Columbus Dispatch reported that Ohio is the fourth worst in the U.S. when it comes to financial literacy.  The results were based on a financial literacy quiz, conducted as part of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation's (More)
The Best of the Week
As we wrap up Financial Literacy Week here at Franklin, we wanted to share some highlights of the week's events: All of the workshops from this past week have been recorded via FranklinLive!, and are accessibMore)
March Madness for your money has a great article on how to apply March Madness bracketology to y (More)
Financial Literacy Week Starts Today!
Remember to visit the Financial Literacy Week events today through Thursday, both onsite and online!  These events are open to all students, faculty, and staff.  At the end of the week, we'll draw winners for fuel cards and gift cards to Barnes &am (More)
Where do you fall in the wealth line-up?
There's a viral video on wealth inequality that's getting a lot of attention for highlighting just how far off the mark we are when it comes to who we think has all the money.  It's great food for thought, and makes me even more determined to make de (More)

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