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Series:Inside the Vault  Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis 

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Big Mac economics

Inside the Vault , Issue Spring

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Payday Lending by the Numbers

Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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Why do gasoline prices react to things that have not happened?

Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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Many moving parts: a look inside the U.S. labor market

Inside the Vault , Issue Spring

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Just sign here: bottom-line personal finance myths. Lesson plans

Consumers must make many financial decisions, from basic spending and saving to complex investment choices and retirement planning. What does an individual need to do or know to be financially literate? At a minimum, consumers must be able to keep track of their cash resources and their payment obligations, and they must know how to apply for a loan. This lesson helps students develop a basic understanding of credit and the importance of a credit history. Students will learn how a credit history affects their lives.
Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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Extra credit: the rise of short-term liabilities

Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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Lesson plan. Crossing borders: the globalization debate

Students will consider both sides of the globalization debate?the benefits and the costs?by reading and discussing the article "Crossing Borders: The Globalization Debate" from the Spring 2008 issue of Inside the Vault. Working in groups, students will analyze statements regarding the benefits and costs of globalization, categorize the statements and discuss them.
Inside the Vault , Issue Spring

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If it's not paper, can it still be cash?

Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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Need to know: new regulations for your debit and credit cards

Inside the Vault , Issue Fall

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Income taxes: who pays and how much? Lesson plan

Using data collected from the Internal Revenue Service for the tax year 2003, students will become involved in an inquiry of individual federal income taxes. The lesson is divided into sections that address specific questions, such as: Why do we have an individual income tax? What is individual federal income tax? How is it paid? When is it paid? How is the individual income tax structured? What is a perfect tax structure? What are the different categories of taxes? What is the correlation between tax burden and income groups? What if the tax structure were changed? What effects would a ...
Inside the Vault , Issue Spring

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