Hello CFPB: The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau… also for Kids

Courtesy of the incomparable Elizabeth Warren, I am honored to present to you:

The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau!

CFPB Ad [0:29]:

 

Of course there are a lot of haters… especially haters on behalf of big money, money swindlers or from anyone who does not trust or enjoy the brainchild of an indomitable FEE-MALE such as the CFPB’s creator, Elizabeth Warren.  Yet here for example are a bunch of high military officials attesting to its vital utility:

 


And here is a link to a section I expect to explore more;

Four strategies to help youth achieve financial capability:

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This report on  “Building Blocks to Help Youth Achieve Financial Capability,” purports to describe how young people can acquire the building blocks of financial capability:

1) executive function,

2) financial habits and norms, and

3) financial knowledge and decision-making skills.

 

The report lays out four key strategies for implementing these developmental building blocks:

1. Developing executive function,

2. Help caregivers actively shape their child’s financial socialization,

3. Provide children and youth with opportunities to learn from experience, and

4. Teach financial research skills.

 

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For more on this see: https://www.consumerfinance.gov/about-us/blog/four-strategies-help-youth-achieve-financial-capability/


Bottom line I’m summarily proud of my Senator!

Thank you Elizabeth Warren!

(See what I did there?)

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