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KVCR Series: Financial Literacy - Part 2

Dec 19, 2017

In Part 2 of our series on financial literacy, UCR student and KVCR intern reporter, Arnisha Johnson asks professor Greg Richey about two major financial concerns in the IE and elsewhere; credit card utilization and retirement planning.

KVCR Series: Financial Literacy - Part 1

Dec 18, 2017

Financial literacy is more than just saving money, but how well do people know how to handle their finances? And how does the IE fare in financial literacy. In the first of a three part series on this topic, KVCR intern and UCR student, Arnisha Johnson introduces Professor Greg Richey and dives into the topic.

California's Democratic leaders are moving forward with a retirement program for private sector workers in spite of a resolution signed yesterday (Thursday) by President Trump.  Reporter Sally Schilling explains Secure Choice will offer I-R-A's to workers whose employers don't provide them.

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A vote in Congress has imperiled California's new state-run retirement program just as officials prepare to launch it.  The U.S. House of Representatives voted yesterday (Wednesday) to repeal a federal rule allowing the program.  Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.

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The state of California will launch a massive new retirement program that could cover nearly 7 million private-sector workers, under legislation singed by Governor Jerry Brown yesterday (Thursday).  Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.

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The California Assembly yesterday (Thursday) passed a bill that would create a "state option" for workers whose employers don't offer retirement plans.  The California Report's Marisa Lagos has details.