Building Financial Capability in Communities

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Building Financial Capability in Communities

We share our expertise in ways that build long-term financial competency. By helping people develop the capability to make sound financial decisions, we hope to improve the quality of life of individuals in our communities.

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T. Rowe Price Celebrates National Retirement Security Week with Launch of 'Women on Retirement' Video Series
October 18, 2016 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price joins the retirement industry in recognizing and celebrating National Retirement Security Week through the release of “Women on Retirement: Stories to Empower,” a seven-part, documentary-style video series created to help women navigate...
Oct 18, 2016 3:15 PM ET
7 Ways to Teach Your Kids About Money — Even If You’re Bad With It
Talking to your kids about money can be overwhelming. After all, when you aren’t even that “good with money” yourself, you shouldn’t be teaching your children about it, right? Wrong. The important thing isn’t to be perfect with your money; it’s to be open about it. A...
Oct 3, 2016 10:35 AM ET
How T. Rowe Price Works to Build Financial Capability in Communities
T. Rowe Price’s financial education efforts focus on improving financial capabilities, particularly among children, because stronger financial capabilities can result in improved standards of living and more stable communities. The firm’s Money Confident Kids® program is the cornerstone of its...
Sep 15, 2016 10:30 AM ET
T. Rowe Price Survey Finds that Kids Expect Parents to Cover the Cost of Whatever College They Want and Parents Are Unprepared
August 4, 2016 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price’s 2016 Parents, Kids & Money Survey, which sampled 1,086 parents nationally and their 8 to 14 year old kids, found that many kids (62%) expect their parents to cover...
Aug 4, 2016 10:15 AM ET
Volunteering Can Promote Lifetime Financial Education
By Aimee DeCamillo I volunteer quarterly with a local sixth grade class. My favorite lesson is teaching about the power of compounding interest. I give the children an option: You can have a million dollars today or a penny that doubles every day for 31 days. Which would you choose? Of course, most of the children jump at the chance for a million dollars. Who wouldn’t? But when...
Jun 22, 2016 10:00 AM ET