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Financial Literacy for College Students

What do most students wish they learned in college? Maybe its “how do I repay my student loans?” A recent Moneywatch.con article found that students are not learning as much as they need to know about personal finance. Meanwhile, student loans outstanding have surpassed total credit card debt, an important flashpoint in our economy. In other words, at the same time that their financial situation requires them to know, students have not learned the ABCs about the 1,2,3s. Continue reading

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Steve Bartlett: Setting the Record Straight on Mortgages

The foreclosure freeze has sent a scare through the housing market and has become a key political issue. Steve Bartlett, CEO of the Financial Services Roundtable, discusses the issue with CNBC on October 11, 2010.

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Steve Bartlett: Update on Recent Events in Mortgage Industry

Steve Bartlett, President and CEO of the Financial Services Roundtable, recently updated member institutions about current events in the mortgage sector.

Much has happened in the past ten days in the mortgage and foreclosure world. While things are not as bad as the headlines, there remain some risks. Here is a quick summary. Continue reading

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Steve Bartlett Speech: A New Day for Financial Services

Steve Bartlett, President and CEO of the Financial Services Roundtable, addressed the National Press Club about financial services legislation and regulation in a speech entitled “A New Day for Financial Services.” In the speech, Bartlett discussed steps taken by the … Continue reading

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