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David Lerner Associates Named 6th Best Company to Work for in New York State
David Lerner Associates (DLA) with corporate headquarters in Syosset, NY was recently named the sixth Best Company to Work for in New York in 2011 in the large company category.

David Lerner Associates: Common Money Management Mistakes to Avoid
Most people try to avoid making major mistakes when it comes to managing their money. But we’re all human, and even the most savvy money managers and budgeters aren’t immune from making a few money management blunders.

David Lerner Associates: How to Teach Your Kids About Money
Schools have certainly changed a lot since the song School Days was written over 100 years ago, but one thing that hasn’t changed is the fact that there are still very few schools that teach children about personal financial management.

David Lerner Associates Announces Upcoming Financial Seminars
David Lerner Associates, a private securities broker/dealer headquartered in Syosset, NY, will be presenting five “Sensible Middle Ground of Investing” financial seminars free of charge to the public in October.

David Lerner Associates: Review of Common Money MIstakes
Most people try to avoid making major mistakes when it comes to managing their money. Even the most savvy money managers aren't immune from making a few blunders.In this review we examine five common personal financial and money management mistakes.

David Lerner Associates: Mutual Fund Fundamentals
We often hear that an investment portfolio should include a mutual fund. But what exactly is a mutual fund?

David Lerner Associates: The Gender Gap in Wealth Management
According to a study that performs research on financial trends in the US, women have made good progress in many areas of financial literacy, but there is still a gender gap when it comes to investment and wealth management.

David Lerner Associates: 5 Financial Lessons for College Students
Millions of young Americans will be leaving home for the first time this fall. Along with many other freedoms they'll experience, they will also have to manage their own finances, probably for the first time.

Money Smart, Raising your Financial IQ
Money Smart Week was created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 2002, and is a nationwide public awareness campaign designed to help the public better manage their personal finances and increase their financial literacy. Free seminars and activities are held around the country. The week runs from April 23-30.

Money Management Course Most Useful for Young Adults
Students often complain that they won't use what they study in school later in life. One course young adults 18 - 24 say they feel would be most useful is money management, according to a new survey from the National Financial Educators Council.

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