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    • Bank adaptation to neighborhood change: Mortgage lending and the Community Reinvestment Act 

      Lee, Hyojung; Bostic, Raphael W. (2020-03)
      This research explores whether banks strategically leverage regulatory rules for the Community Reinvestment Act that fix a neighborhood's eligibility status over a decade based on a neighborhood's economic trajectory over ...
    • Children and Family Finances. Kid's Allowance 

      Jones, Sheree; Hayhoe, Celia Ray (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-12-23)
      There are seven main categories on which the USDA bases its calculations for raising a child: housing, food, transportation, clothing, health care, childcare, education, and miscellaneous goods and services. This is an ...
    • Children and Family Finances. Paying for College 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-12-23)
      There are seven main categories on which the USDA bases its calculations for raising a child: housing, food, transportation, clothing, health care, childcare, education, and miscellaneous goods and services. This is an ...
    • Children and Family Finances. Saving for College 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray; Hsu, Chungwen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-12-23)
      There are seven main categories on which the USDA bases its calculations for raising a child: housing, food, transportation, clothing, health care, childcare, education, and miscellaneous goods and services. This is an ...
    • Children and Family Finances. Tax Benefits 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray; Hsu, Chungwen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-12-23)
      There are seven main categories on which the USDA bases its calculations for raising a child: housing, food, transportation, clothing, health care, childcare, education, and miscellaneous goods and services. This is an ...
    • Children and Family Finances. The Cost of Raising a Child 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray; Hsu, Chungwen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-12-23)
      There are seven main categories on which the USDA bases its calculations for raising a child: housing, food, transportation, clothing, health care, childcare, education, and miscellaneous goods and services. This is an ...
    • College Students' Perceived Attributes of Internet Websites and Online Shopping 

      Seock, You-Kyoung; Norton, Marjorie J. T. (Project Innovation (Alabama), 2008-03)
      The purpose of this study was to examine perceptions of attributes of clothing retailers' Internet websites in relation to previous and intended future purchase from the websites. Survey data from 414 U.S. college students, ...
    • Comparisons of fabric care performances between conventional and high-efficiency washers and dryers 

      Chen-Yu, Jessie H.; Emmel, JoAnn (2018-08-30)
      High-efficiency (HE) washers use 35–50% less water and about 50% less energy per load than conventional washers. However, there has been a consistent debate as to whether HE washers perform better or worse in garment care ...
    • Deciding if Bankruptcy is an Option for You 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray; Goebel, Karen P. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      When you have incurred more debt than you think you can reasonably repay, bankruptcy may be a way to debt relief. Filing for bankruptcy, however, brings long-term consequences for your credit rating. This is an overview ...
    • Disability Income Insurance 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray; Smith, Mike, CPF (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-06-01)
      The purpose of disability income insurance is to partially replace your income if you are unable to work because of sickness or an accident. This guide reviews the types of disability insurance, important terms and concepts ...
    • Effects of price discount on consumers’ perceptions of savings, quality, and value for apparel products: mediating effect of price discount affect 

      Lee, Jung E.; Chen-Yu, Jessie H. (2018-02-15)
      Extending the price–quality–value model (Monroe and Krishnan in The perception of merchandise and store quality 209–232, 1985) and means-end model (Zeithaml in J Mark 52:2–22, 1988), we developed a conceptual model to ...
    • Emergencies : are you prepared? : your personal checklist of important documents 

      Flashman, Robert H.; Hayhoe, Celia Ray; Lesueur, Alex (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2003)
    • Emergencies. Are You Prepared? Your Personal Checklist of Important Documents 

      Flashman, Robert H.; Hayhoe, Celia Ray; Lesueur, Alex (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      Life's emergency situations require advance preparation and planning. The first step is organizing your papers and communicating with appropriate individuals. Provided is a checklist to help organize and document important ...
    • Families Taking Charge. Dealing with the Stress 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      Families Taking Charge is a multi-part series for individuals and families experiencing financial stress as a result of difficult economic times. This publication focuses on dealing with stress.
    • Families Taking Charge. Dealing with Unemployment 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      Families Taking Charge is a multi-part series for individuals and families experiencing financial stress as a result of difficult economic times. This publication focuses on dealing with unemployment.
    • Families Taking Charge. Deciding Which Bills to Pay First 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      Families Taking Charge is a multi-part series for individuals and families experiencing financial stress as a result of difficult economic times. This publication focuses on deciding which bills to pay first.
    • Families Taking Charge. Setting Spending Priorities 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      Families Taking Charge is a multi-part series for individuals and families experiencing financial stress as a result of difficult economic times. This publication focuses on setting spending priorities.
    • Families Taking Charge. Talking With Your Spouse 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      Families Taking Charge is a multi-part series for individuals and families experiencing financial stress as a result of difficult economic times. This publication focuses on communication with your spouse.
    • Gender differences in financial risk tolerance 

      Fisher, Patti J.; Yao, Rui (Elsevier, 2017-08-01)
      The purpose of this research is to explore gender differences in financial risk tolerance using a large, nationally representative dataset, the Survey of Consumer Finances. The impact of the explanatory variables in the ...
    • Getting Out of Debt 

      Leech, Irene E.; Scott, Elaine D.; Hayhoe, Celia Ray (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
      If making credit repayments has become difficult, there are steps you may take to improve the situation. This publication focuses on those steps and includes worksheets and a sample letter.