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Effective Communications for the Financial Security Field

Though the issues of wealth inequality and the racial wealth gap have steadily gained media attention in the last few years, they still remain challenging concepts to clearly and succinctly communicate to the public. However, chances are you have strong evidence-based solutions and stories to tell about the problems confronting real people struggling to improve their economic circumstances....

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CFED: Federal Tax Breaks: Who Benefits?

The federal government spends $500 billion a year on tax breaks aimed at helping Americans build assets and wealth. But more than half of these benefits go to the top 5 percent of Americans earningmore than $167,000 a year. Turning this upside-down system right side up can help more Americans achieve financial security and success. Learn more at www.cfed.org.

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Building Public Support for Government Action to Help People Achieve Financial Independence

This manual is a resource to help government leaders, influencers and thought leaders communicate effectively with various audiences about the importance of government action to help people achieve financial independence. The language in this manual can be used as a reference when talking with colleagues, constituents and others, or as a template for preparing communications materials...

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Talking About Home Opportunity: Preventing Foreclosures. Restoring Communities. Rebuilding the American Dream.

This memo provides communications advice to build understanding and support for Home Opportunity, meaning the values and solutions that foster successful homeownership, prosperous communities, and equal housing opportunity for all. It is aimed at talking to “persuadable” audiences who are not yet fixed in their attitudes, while mobilizing the base of existing supporters.

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Talking About Home Opportunity: Preventing Foreclosures, Restoring Communities, Rebuilding the American Dream

This memo provides communications advice to build understanding and support for Home Opportunity, meaning the values and solutions that foster successful homeownership, prosperous communities, and equal housing opportunity for all. It is aimed at talking to “persuadable” audiences who are not yet fixed in their attitudes, while mobilizing the base of existing supporters.

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