Last December, the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED), a multi-faceted organization working at the local, state and federal levels to create economic opportunity that alleviates poverty, and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, with generous funding provided to CFED by Citi Foundation, released What It’s Worth: Strengthening the Financial Future of Families, Communities and the Nation.
As noted on their website, the mission of CFED is to make it possible for millions of people to achieve financial security and contribute to an opportunity economy. They scale innovative practical solutions that empower low and moderate income people to build wealth by driving responsive policy change at all levels of government. Additionally, they support the efforts of community leaders across the country to advance economic opportunity for all.
Because of the overwhelming demand for What It’s Worth, the book is now available as a free download. If you use an iPad, Kindle, or other e-reader or mobile device, you can download What It’s Worth today and read it on the go.
To download the book, simply visit this page and select the format you prefer. Did I mention that it’s free? You can select from ePub, iBook, Kindle or PDF formats. Print copies of the book, also free, are available by visiting the same page.
I downloaded the PDF version earlier today and I’m looking forward to the read. I’m interested in learning more about their approach and any results that have been achieved.