Developing Financial Management Training in Low-Income Communities

@article{Anderson2005DevelopingFM,
  title={Developing Financial Management Training in Low-Income Communities},
  author={S. Anderson and Min Zhan and Jeff Scott},
  journal={Journal of Community Practice},
  year={2005},
  volume={13},
  pages={31 - 49}
}
Abstract As welfare policy contractions and declines in real wages have placed severe financial pressures on low-income families, programs to improve financial management practices and to help the poor accumulate assets have grown. This article examines the need for such programs and the implications associated with implementing two prominent training strategies-one that focuses solely on financial management training and another that combines such training with savings incentives. Based on… Expand
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