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  • Dallas & Fort Worth: CFPB FinEx Training Part II | Asset Funders Network
    FinEx Training Part II Dallas Fort Worth CFPB FinEx Training Part II Jan 13 Jan 14 2016 Join the CFPB for FinEx Part 2 Dallas and Fort Worth in January The CFPB Returns to North Texas Financial Education FinEx Learning Opportunities brought to you by the North Texas Asset Funders Network The North Texas Asset Funders Network invites North Texas area financial capability educators to learn more from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau CFPB What to Expect Building on the July 2015 briefing learn about new tools and resources for financial educators discuss recent research and findings on financial well being and learn from participants about the latest challenges and promising practices in your local work Who Should Attend Nonprofit financial educators or coaches working directly with low and moderate income clients FinEx Part 2 Agenda What s New from the CFPB Tools Resources Findings Learn about upcoming tools and resources such as myRA Know Before You Owe for home buyers and financial education for non native populations as well as recent data and findings on how to support clients with expanding their financial capability Families Money We will take a deep dive into strategies for working with families and

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  • Past Events | Asset Funders Network
    Angeles funders non profit practitioners and policymakers on December 1st from 9 30 3 00 to learn more about State level Earned Income Tax Credit EITC and Secure Choice Retirement Savings Accounts and what need to happen now and in 2016 to ensure their successful implementation Dallas North Texas Funders Forum Building Financial Capability through Products and Programs Nov 20 2015 Join funders and practitioners from across the metroplex for an interactive forum about community based strategies that improve family financial security San Francisco 5th Annual Bay Area Asset Building Symposium Building a More Equitable Bay Area Nov 12 2015 Join Bay Area funders nonprofits advocates and policymakers on November 12th for a conversation about using asset building strategies to build a more equitable Bay Area Webinar Wealth Inequality and the Tax Code Communications and Advocacy Nov 09 2015 Join AFN and the Tax Alliance for Economic Mobility in a webinar designed for advocates practitioners policymakers and funders to address key issues related to tax policy communications and advocacy St Louis 529s and Child Savings Accounts New Strategies To Promote Savings and Development for America s Children Oct 07 Oct 08 2015 Join the The Center for Household Financial Stability and Community Development department at the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis and the Center for Social Development at Washington University in St Louis for in depth look at the emergence of 529 college savings plans and child savings accounts CSAs as promising strategies to promote financial inclusion financial capability child development and college attendance and completion North Texas Asset Funders Network Fall Meeting Sep 29 2015 Join us for an important conversation about a new framework for supporting the financial security of low income and working families St Louis Investing in Asset Building Strategies A Funders Forum Sep 23

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  • Past Events | Asset Funders Network
    Investing in Enduring Advocacy Capacity The Advocate Coach Intermediary Trifecta Sep 16 2015 Join AFN and the Northwest Area Foundation as we explore how funders can support more effective policy change by incorporating collective impact principles into their grant making approaches highlighting specific strategies tools and case studies that other funders can apply to their work CFPB Financial Education Exchange Dallas and Fort Worth Jul 28 Jul 29 2015 The North Texas Asset Funders Network invites you to a new learning opportunity for North Texas area financial capability educators the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau s CFPB Financial Education Exchange in Dallas and Fort Worth in July 2015 Los Angeles Looking Beyond Income Using Asset Poverty Data to Drive Local Grantmaking Jul 27 2015 Join the Asset Funders Network and Southern California Grantmakers in Los Angeles to hear newly available local estimates of household asset and liquid asset poverty data from the Family Assets Count project Webinar Narrowing the Racial Wealth Gap Through Business Ownership Jul 16 2015 Join AFN on July 16 2015 for a briefing and discussion to engage funders in a conversation about what we know about business ownership and wealth creation and ways that they can help strengthen the effectiveness of business ownership as a wealth building tool for people of color Evidence and Strategies for Investing in Credit Building Washington DC Jul 09 2015 Join AFN at a special session breakfast at the Credit Builders Alliance Symposium in Washington DC to review evidence and strategies for investing in credit building as well as from grantmakers currently investing in credit building 2015 Credit Builders Alliance Symposium Jul 08 Jul 09 2015 The symposium is intended to be a dialogue between nonprofit organizations involved in credit building and those corporate entities whose business practices include credit reporting credit

    Original URL path: http://assetfunders.org/connect/past-events/P16 (2016-05-01)
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  • Past Events | Asset Funders Network
    Home Connect Past Events Past Events AFN has shared the following past events GIST GCYF GIH Co Sponsored Briefing Post Election Philanthropy Votes Values and Vision Dec 16 Dec 17 2012 AFN leading a discussion about the policy environment underpinning economic mobility and asset building during this GIST briefing AFN Funders Luncheon in San Francisco Nov 12 2012 AFN is hosting a funders luncheon following the Bay Area AFN Regional

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  • Asset Funders Network Tax Policy Advisory Group Publishes Guidelines | Asset Funders Network
    Gap AFN Newsletter Archive Resource Library Tax Alliance for Economic Mobility Network AFN Members AFN Regional Chapters Bay Area Metropolitan Chicago North Texas Connect AFN Events Past Events Events from the Field Grantmaker Conference 2015 Join our Mailing List Join AFN Membership Options Membership FAQ Membership Form Educate What is Asset Building AFN Grantmaker Briefs AFN Webinars Financial Coaching Women s Wealth Gap AFN Newsletter Archive Resource Library Tax Alliance

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  • Asset-Building Comes of Age | Asset Funders Network
    Texas Connect AFN Events Past Events Events from the Field Grantmaker Conference 2015 Join our Mailing List Join AFN Membership Options Membership FAQ Membership Form Educate What is Asset Building AFN Grantmaker Briefs AFN Webinars Financial Coaching Women s Wealth Gap AFN Newsletter Archive Resource Library Tax Alliance for Economic Mobility Asset Building Comes of Age Asset Building Comes of Age From IDAs to comprehensive community wealth building the number of strategies to increase personal and collective assets is growing Shelterforce By Gar Alperovitz Steve Dubb and Ted Howard Shelterforce the National Housing Institute s Quarterly Magazine Spring 2007 In the past decade individual and collective asset building has increasingly become a central goal in the community development field As a result asset building approaches have proliferated The most common is the individual development account IDA which builds the financial assets of low income individuals through matched savings plans offered by community development groups But the IDA is only one example of a growing number of strategies aimed at increasing both individual wealth and the collective assets of a community In under funded communities across the country nonprofits and local governments have begun to implement more asset building strategies for

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  • Big Opportunities, Big Risks for Low-Income Consumers and Youth in the Big Data Era | Asset Funders Network
    the Field Grantmaker Conference 2015 Join our Mailing List Join AFN Membership Options Membership FAQ Membership Form Educate What is Asset Building AFN Grantmaker Briefs AFN Webinars Financial Coaching Women s Wealth Gap AFN Newsletter Archive Resource Library Tax Alliance for Economic Mobility Big Opportunities Big Risks for Low Income Consumers and Youth in the Big Data Era Big Data as described in a recent Scientific American headline powers a system where The Rich See a Different Internet than the Poor Consumers increasingly rely on the Internet to make financial decisions including applying for credit on personal computers or relying on mobile apps when shopping But behind these new consumer behaviors is a formidable sophisticated and little understood system of Big Data Today consumers online data are combined with offline data sources so they can be targeted with highly sophisticated financial services marketing Low income and at risk consumers as well as Hispanics African Americans and other multicultural groups are prime targets in this new digital financial landscape The stakes for targeted consumers are about to become dramatically higher as mobile phones morph into electronic wallets and new geo location aware technologies reshape the payment spending and even savings environment

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