April is Financial Literacy Month, and whether you're a money guru or just someone who wants to know more, you can get involved.
Financial knowledge is important. Just 57 percent of American adults are financially literate, according to the 2015 S&P Global Financial Literacy Survey. That ranks 14th in the world – far behind such nations as Denmark (71 percent), Canada (68 percent), Israel (68 percent), Germany (66 percent) and Australia (64 percent). Clearly, Americans can do better, and we should.
How can you help? Here are a few ways you can make a difference during Financial Literacy Month.
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