Iowa State begins providing financial education to Meskwaki Nation

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Iowa State University has over the past year begun to offer research-based financial education classes to youth, adults, and seniors of the Meskwaki Nation in Tama.

Lee draws economic insights from US tax, health care policy

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Daeyong Lee uses data related to consumers’ health care decisions to peer into families’ financial stability.

Changes to credit reports will benefit college students

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Jonathan Fox, director of Iowa State University’s Financial Counseling Clinic and Ruth Whipp Sherwin Endowed Professor, and other financial experts say many Iowa State students may benefit from changes to credit report criteria taking effect this summer.

See the complete story by the ISU News Service.

Bartholomae brings financial education, outreach to Iowans on campus and across state

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Suzanne Bartholomae, an assistant professor in human development and family studies, researches interventions that assist people with financial stress.

Iowa State researchers to share promises, vulnerabilities of families at national conference

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More than 50 Iowa State University researchers in human development and family studies will offer their expertise in family health in areas including parental substance abuse, sibling tensions, and family finance at a national conference this week.