8 Simple Ways You Can Become Financially Literate On Your Own
Have you come across the term
The term applies to how well you understand your finances and how educated you are in everyday financial decisions.
Understanding financial basics allows you to make smarter money choices and are able to be self-sufficient in financial decisions. The best way to define financially literacy is:
“Only 28% of Americans are considered “financially healthy"
What Does It Mean To Be Financially Literate?
Being financially literate means you have an understanding in few core areas:
Budgeting to manage your money
Basics of loans (personal, debt, mortgages, etc)
How investing works, 401k’s, the stock market, etc.
You alone have the ability to change your lack of knowledge and financial future.
Read the above over again because I think it is important.
Here are some simple ways to help you become financially literate.
Hit the Books
Use Financial Management Tools
Listen to Money Podcasts
Read the Government Resources
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