United States Secretary of Labor Perez Speaks at Financial Literacy Summit
Thomas E. Perez, Secretary of Labor for the United States, delivered the keynote speech at the 2015 Financial Literacy Summit co-hosted by Visa Inc. and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. International financial literacy experts convened in Chicago to discuss how mobile technology can improve financial literacy for millennials worldwide. Read More
Visa Co-Hosts 2015 Financial Literacy Summit at the Federal Reserve Bank in Chicago
Senior international financial literacy experts convened at the Federal Reserve Bank in Chicago, IL for the ninth annual Financial Literacy Summit. They discussed how mobile technology can improve financial literacy for millennials, the demographic group who was born between the years of 1980 and the early 2000s that represents over two billion people worldwide. Watch webcast
Popping the Promposal Question Costs Avg. $324 in 2015
A new nationwide survey released by Visa Inc. shows that American households plan on spending a whopping $324 on promposals. Promposals have become significantly more extravagant in recent years and now represent in excess of one third of the $919 total that the average prom-going teen will spend on the dance this year.
Visa Inc.'s Plan'it Prom App Helps Teens and Parents Stick to Prom Budget
Prom spending represents a major expense for American families with high school students. To combat out of control spending, Visa's free smartphone app helps parents and teenagers plan and budget every aspect of prom in order to support responsible spending.
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Sponsorship to Attend Jump$tart Coalition National Educator Conference
Practical Money Skills will sponsor six educators to attend the Jump$tart Coalition National Educator Conference at the Gaylord Resort in National Harbor, MD on November 6-8, 2015. The conference provides pre-K to 12th-grade classroom teachers dedicated to personal finance education with new resources, personal and professional development, support and networking opportunities. Apply Now
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Teens to Shell Out Over $300 on Promposals