Financial illiteracy limits one's economic stability
Develop a foundation for financial knowledge and learn to manage your day to day transactions.
Improving your financial literacy can make lasting changes to your life.
Financial education can help individuals better manage their money and avoid financial hardship. It can help us be more confident in our economic decision making.
According to the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, 78% of adults agree that they could still benefit from financial advice and answers to everyday financial questions from a professional. This indicates we need to improve our financial literacy. The more we are aware, we can avoid financial mismanagement.
Financial literacy is the ability to read, analyze, manage and communicate about your personal financial conditions that affect your well-being.
There are five money personality types