Investing In Our Youth: The Financial Literacy Movement

September 6, 2021 8 min read

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Before I delve into the daunting topic of financial literacy for children, let’s begin by mentioning an unnerving fact here. Would you believe it if I tell you that more than 75% of the young adults in the US, aged between 18-24, are accumulating debt by spending more every month than they earn? Due to that very reason, they are relying on credit cards every month to make ends meet. Also, since they are lacking credit history, they are paying higher and higher interests on the resulting

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