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The AFCPE Blog is designed to provide new and insightful personal finance information for financial professionals – information that can be shared with both clients and consumers and provides new insights into education and practice.


#FridayFollow – Making Personal Finance Fun!

Symposium

December 07, 2018

Interview with Nothing Funny About Money Podcast Host, Matt Goren, AFCPE® Member

FridayFollow


#Raise Your AFCPE Voice 2018

Symposium, #IamAFCPE

December 05, 2018

"During my three days at the conference, I not only learned information and techniques that will make an impact with my clients, I made friends.  I am so grateful to be a part of the AFCPE community, which is made up of some of the most compassionate and motivated people I have ever met, and to FIRNA Foundation for supporting me down this path that gives me purpose, employability, and allows me to be of service to my community."


Love & Money

Symposium

December 03, 2018

Incorporating empirically-based curriculum and programming is simply best-practice. It’s not time or cost effective to do something simply because we think it works. Offer programming that you have evidence will produce positive results for your clients. This will ultimately attract new clients and retain existing clients.

Exhibitor Series


#FridayFollow – Towards Financial Well-Being and Beyond

November 30, 2018

Interview with Edna Forero, AFC®, FFC®

FridayFollow


Evaluate Impact: Introducing the Financial Education Evaluation Toolkit

November 27, 2018

When you teach personal finance, how do you know if the lessons are really sinking in? There is an added challenge when you teach adult and nontraditional learners in that you often don’t know participants’ level of financial literacy beforehand and, unless you follow up afterwards, there’s no way of measuring whether they learned anything or — the real point — if they changed any of their financial behaviors for the better after the program.

Exhibitor Series


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