Graduated from "student in debt" to "I got this!"
Improved their overall money confidence.
Say they are now paying debt more consistently.
Are able to save money.
1Research conducted at The Ohio State University in 2015 on behalf of the NFCC Sharpen Your Financial Focus™ program which involved clients who have student loan debt.
Dr. Brady Deaton
University of Missouri
President & CEO
Family Foundations of Northeast Florida
President & CEO
Bank Administration Institute
Dr. Charles P. Blahous III
US Social Security and Medicare Programs
Executive Vice President, NFCC
and Former President, Ways to Work, Inc.
Senior Vice President
Bank of America
Tom La Centra
Executive Vice President
Former Vice President of Financial Education
Experian North America
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