Owning Your Financial Future
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Financial literacy refers to individuals making informed judgments and effective decisions about managing their money. Financial illiteracy is a huge problem in the United States, affecting both individuals and businesses. A 2013 FINRA Investor Education Foundation Survey of approximately 25,000 adults found that 56% of adults do not have three months’ worth of expenses saved up in case of an emergency; 34% make only the minimum credit card payment; and 61% could only answer three or fewer questions on a five-question quiz about financial literacy.
A 2015 survey indicated that 71% of people believe they are financially literate, and only 29% believe they are not. However, the financial literacy test tells us that the number of people who are not financially literate is much higher than 29%. This highlights the fact that people are not aware of their degree of financial literacy. In fact, people tend to overestimate their level of financial knowledge.
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