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She Wants to Kill Your 401(k)

Reid Cramer, director of the Asset Building program at New America, was quoted in an article for OZY.


How to Make 529 Plans Attractive to Lower-Income Families

Justin King, policy director for New America's Asset Building Program, was quoted in Main St.


How Employer Credit Checks Are Keeping Black People Unemployed

Hannah Emple, a policy analyst for New America's Asset Building Program, was quoted in an article for The Root.


What Can We Learn from Obama’s Failure to Curb Sec. 529 College Savings Accounts?

Justin King, policy director for New America's Asset Building Program, was quoted in an article for Tax Policy Center.


How to Expand Middle-Class College Savings

Ray Boshara was featured in an article for The Hill.


What You Should Know About the ABLE Act

For many Americans living with disabilities, it has been a good week: now that the Senate passed the ABLE Act.


What Happens When Your Pregnant Sister-in-law is Paralyzed in an Accident — and Has No Insurance.

New America was featured in an article for The Washington Post.


Ideas to Improve Financial Lives, From the Treasurer’s Office

Reid Cramer, director of the Asset Building Program at the New America, was quoted in an article for the New York Times.


TN Taxpayers Paying Thousands for EBT Card ATM Fees

Aleta Sprague, a program fellow with the Asset Building program at New America, was featured in an article for WSMV.


YOUTHSAVE
New Report Highlights the Business Case to Make Youth Savings Work

The Youthsave initiative was featured in a press release from the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor.


Do You Have Emergency Savings to Get You Through a Crisis?

Half of Americans have no retirement assets, and those who do often neglect their rainy-day fund in favor of longer-term goals.


Why Do Chinese Students Know More About Money Than Americans Do?

Reid Cramer, director of the Asset Building program at New America, was quoted in an article for The Atlantic.