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John C. Linfield

Executive Director

Institute for Financial Literacy , Inc.

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Institute for Financial Literacy , Inc.

260 Western Ave

South Portland, Maine,04106

United States

Company Description

The Institute for Financial Literacy is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization whose mission is to make effective financial literacy education available for everyone. As a national authority on adult financial education, the Institute advances professio...more

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Deputy Director

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Credit Abuse Resistance Education

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Board of Directors

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John Linfield
Board Member John Linfield serves as the Chair of the Institute for Financial Literacy in South Portland, ME. View his full biography here.


History | Institute for Financial Literacy

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Legacy - Hon. John C. Ninfo II, Founder, Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE) Children's Book of the Year, General - The Money Tree by LaDonna Smith Adult's Book of the Year, General - Pocket Change: Using the Science of Personal Change to Improve Financial Habits by Heidi T. Beckman, PH.D. Adult's Book of the Year, Money Management - The $1,000 Challenge: How One Family Slashed Its Budget Without Moving Under a Bridge or Living on Government Cheese by Brian J. O'Connor Organization of the Year, Corporate Leadership - Discover Organization of the Year, For Profit - ING Bank Turkey Organization of the Year, Nonprofit - Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) "While the need for financial literacy has never been greater, the efforts being made in support of this noble cause by this years' EIFLE winners have been an encouragement to us all," said John Linfield, Executive Director of the Institute for Financial Literacy.


EIFLE AWARD

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"While the need for financial literacy has never been greater, the efforts being made in support of this noble cause by this years' EIFLE winners have been an encouragement to us all," said John Linfield, Executive Director of the Institute for Financial Literacy.


Institute for Financial Literacy Announces Winners of the 2015 Excellence in Financial Literacy Education "EIFLE" Awards | Institute for Financial Literacy

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"As financial literacy evolves as a field, the EIFLE Awards have become a bellwether of quality financial education content," said John Linfield, Executive Director of the Institute for Financial Literacy.


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John C. Linfield, executive director of the Institute for Financial Literacy, which gives awards for the best financial literacy products each year, says he looks for games that are fast-moving and enjoyable, so the content is easily digested before participants get bored.
"It's like trying to get your toddler to eat brussel sprouts. You have to make it fun, " he says. After reviewing the "Credit Scores" board game on its Kickstarter page, Linfield gave it high marks for family involvement, since it's designed to be played around the table by a family, which can lead to a useful discussion about credit and how credit scores work. "The interactivity also gives an opportunity to use it as a catalyst for other conversations about finances, " he says.


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