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Pathways to financial advancement


  • Wenhua Di
  • Tammy Leonard
  • Emily Ryder


In view of the economic downturn and the enlarged wealth gap, it is imperative for policymakers to examine the pathways for American families to build sufficient savings to mitigate financial shocks

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  • Wenhua Di & Tammy Leonard & Emily Ryder, 2012. "Pathways to financial advancement," Banking and Community Perspectives, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, issue 2, pages 3-8.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:feddpe:y:2012:i:2:p:3-8

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    Budget ; Financial literacy;


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