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NEFE Press Room

The National Endowment for Financial Education is a completely independent, nonprofit, and noncommercial foundation that inspires all Americans to make informed financial decisions in every stage of life. NEFE supports and encourages journalists from all disciplines to advance solid and reliable personal finance and economic reporting.

Whether you’re a seasoned business writer, a freelancer, or a general assignment reporter, our press room will provide you with resources to help with your reporting. Visit our News section for timely and unique story ideas, surveys, and the latest on NEFE’s groundbreaking behavioral research results.

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  • NEFE Announces New Chief Financial Officer posted 12.7.18

    The National Endowment for Financial Education welcomes Joanne Flores Moses as its new chief financial officer. Moses will oversee day-to-day business operations and management of the endowment’s investment activity and finances.

  • Mandates Matter When it Comes to Borrowing for College posted 12.4.18

    Managing rising education costs remains a challenge for families. A recent survey conducted by Harris Poll finds three quarters of American parents are regularly saving for their child’s education, yet two thirds will rely on grants on grants/scholarships to pay for education costs, and about one third (34 percent) say they will rely on loans.

  • The Future of NEFE and 2018 Year in Review posted 11.30.18

    Beginning in December, NEFE embarks on a series of strategic planning initiatives. The next several years will bring even more changes to NEFE and to the field of financial education, but the mission behind our work will remain the same: to inspire and empower better financial decision making for all Americans.

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  • Mandates Matter When it Comes to Borrowing for College posted 12.4.18

    Managing rising education costs remains a challenge for families. A recent survey conducted by Harris Poll finds three quarters of American parents are regularly saving for their child’s education, yet two thirds will rely on grants on grants/scholarships to pay for education costs, and about one third (34 percent) say they will rely on loans.

  • Celebrate Relationships, But Beware of Financial Infidelity posted 2.14.18

    The National Endowment for Financial Education has been following financial infidelity for a decade, and the problem continues to be prevalent among couples. The latest findings from a biennial survey finds two in five (41 percent) of American adults who combine finances with a partner or spouse, admit to committing financial deceptions against their loved one.

  • Majority of Americans Resolve For Financial Well-Being in 2018 posted 1.2.18

    The latest issue of an annual survey on consumer expectations from the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) finds over two thirds of U.S. adults will set a financial New Year’s resolution for 2018, a consistent indication that many Americans continue to focus on their financial health as much as their physical health.

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Money Matters and NEFE logoNEFE partners with the Radio-Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) to provide Money Matters, a resource with story ideas, reporting examples, coverage strategies, case studies, and more.

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  • Paul Golden

    Media Relations Director

    Direct: 303-224-3514
    Cell: 303-918-3620
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  • Patricia (Pat) Seaman

    Senior Director of Marketing and Communications

    Direct: 303-224-3538
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