Dollar Works 2: Impact Evaluation Summary

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Dollar Works 2: Impact Evaluation Summary

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University of Minnesota Extension, Center for Family Development




Dollar Works 2 education is effective for money behaviors, financial satisfaction, and access to financial information when delivered in a sixhour dosage. The impact evaluation study was with community participants who are considered high risk in the financial education field. If financial education can be effective for this population, it will be effective with groups that have fewer problems and tend to seek solutions to their financial issues. This study was conducted during a time that the economic environment was difficult for many people including these who participated in the study. Dollar Works 2 is a personal financial education program developed by the University of Minnesota Extension.


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Bauer, Jean W; Son, Seohee; Hur, Ju; Anderson-Porisch, Shirley; Heins, Rosemary; Petersen, Cindy; Hooper, Susan; Marczak, Mary; Olson, Patricia D; Barrett Wiik, Norman. (2011). Dollar Works 2: Impact Evaluation Summary. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy,

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