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Why Financial Literacy Will Not Save America’s Finances

Financial Literacy

From removing loans to paying for better education to investing for retirement, Americans are shouldering large degrees of personal economic duty—more so than ever before. At the same time, economic products have multiplied as well as grown to be an awful lot more complex. Americans now face an Alphabet (and Numbers) soup of saving and investment options (401(k)s, 529s) and a lot of options of credit score options (credit cards, mortgages, home-equity loans). While Americans are not […]

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