Why Financial Literacy?

What’s in it for me you ask?  Financial education plays an important role in helping achieve economic independence. Improving your financial literacy will help you be better able to manage your financial resources effectively improving not only your economic stability, but also your quality of life.

There is no “one size fits all” approach – from homes to schools, government to not-for profit, financial institutions to the marketplace – financially literacy is taught, learned and practiced in a variety of settings and situations.


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