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|Date:||Tuesday, June 14, 2016
|Time:||2-3 p.m. CT | 3-4 p.m. ET|
Every household's financial well-being matters to the U.S. economy, but financial insecurity is widespread and affects many aspects of people's lives, from health to educational attainment and employment. The book, "What It's Worth: Strengthening the Financial Future of Families, Communities and the Nation," offers a collection of essays from some of the nation's leading experts that examines the systemic causes of financial insecurity; creative programs that address it; and ways to use proven and emerging ideas.
During this Connecting Communities® webinar, speakers will discuss promising practices for strengthening household finances, including linking services across sectors and developing policies and financial products to expand opportunities for lower-income Americans. Topics will include asset development approaches for multicultural communities, such as the Mission Asset Fund's Lending Circles platform, and services that combine financial literacy and higher education to build the financial health of former inmates.
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