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LPL Research Retirement Index Results Mirror iOme Challenge Winners’ 

The results of the LPL Research Retirement Index will look familiar to the winners of this year’s iOme Challenge. LPL Financial recently released their LPL Research Retirement Index ranking states in preparing young people for retirement. The research rated states in six categories: financial, healthcare, housing, community quality of life, employment and education, and wellness.   […]

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iOme Executive Director on What We Owe Each Other

By Paul Signorelli Adi Redzic, cofounder and executive director of the financial-literacy organization iOme [I owe me],  provided an engaging example of the power of storytelling at “Financial Literacy: Why Students Need Librarians to Get Involved” on Saturday at the 2014 ALA Midwinter Meeting in Philadelphia,. Rather than relying heavily on statistics or discussions about

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iOme Wins Wisconsin Governor’s Financial Literacy Award

Madison – Governor Scott Walker today honored seven individuals and 13 organizations with the 2013 Governor’s Financial Literacy Award for their efforts in promoting financial literacy among Wisconsin citizens. “Through their work to advance the cause of financial literacy, these worthy individuals and organizations are positively impacting the lives of thousands of people in communities

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Business Wire

White House Strategies Schwartz to Judge iOme; Joins Choi, List, Kettl and Merzer GREEN BAY, Wis.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Laura Schwartz, principal at White House Strategies joins James Choi of Yale, John List of the University of Chicago, Don Kettl of the University of Maryland and author Martin Merzer as a judge for the iOme Challenge. iOme challenges

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St. Norbert Times

With the future of social security anything but certain, Americans are desperately searching for new ways to ensure financial stability after retirement. In an effort to find potential solutions, St. Norbert College has launched the iOme Challenge. The iOme Challenge is a national contest that tasks college students with finding a solution to the nation’s

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Vertical News

New England College pitted against mighty Michigan in Game of the Century; 250 other Colleges looking to win $20,000 Bigger than BCS and The Final Four: iOme Challenge is The College Game of the Century (this year, anyway). Teams from Pace, Pomona, Harvard, Prairie View, Alcorn State, Lamar, LaGuardia Community, Grove City, Elizabeth, Olivet Nazarene,

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WMU News

Students tackle U.S. retirement system KALAMAZOO–Four Western Michigan University students will take their ideas about a national retirement system to Congress Feb. 4 after winning the national iOMe Challenge competition. WMU team members beat out proposals submitted by 40 other schools in 17 states to win a chance to speak to U.S. policymakers, along with a $20,000 cash prize

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The iOme Challenge, a national competition to address the nation’s retirement crisis, is pleased to announce that a team from Texas Tech University won this year’s grand prize. Students Benjamin Cummings, Christopher Browning, Thomas O’Malley, and Shaun Pfeiffer collaborated to win the top, national prize. The Texas Tech team won $10,000, plus an expense-paid trip