Additional Information
Please fill-in the following information before you start your courses:
First Name: Last Name: Organization/Agency your work for: (Please put N/A if you are not working for anyone) City and province: Which of the following financial empowerment services does your organization provide? (Check any that apply): Save
Show inline popup

Ben Mangan Feb 2010
Advancing Financial Coaching for Low-Income Populations: Midstream Lessons from EARN
Get it

You need to login or register to bookmark/favorite this content.

As the economy continues to be in turmoil, and recession feels like depression for tens of millions of low-income workers, financial coaching has emerged as a tool with great promise to create prosperity for low-income Americans. The field of financial coaching for low-income people is growing quickly; however, there is no organized approach among the nonprofit service providers, coaching trainers, and funders who are becoming involved in these efforts.
Author: Ben Mangan
Topic: Financial coaching & counselling
Publisher: EARN Research Institute
Location: United States
Format: Academic paper
Content Type: Research
Publication Date: February 28, 2010