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Financial education is increasingly important, and not just for investors. It is becoming essential for the average family trying to decide how to balance its budget, buy a home, fund the children's education and ensure an income when the parents retire.
It focuses on building basic money management skills which leads to an understanding of banking, finance, savings, insurance and the importance of good credit. These tools can enable an individual or family to save enough money to buy a home or start a small business and ultimately build their net wealth.
Today's complex financial services market offers consumers a vast array of products and providers to meet their financial needs. This degree of choice requires that consumers be equipped with the knowledge and skills to evaluate the options and identify those that best suit their needs and circumstances.
Individuals will not be able to choose the right schemes for savings or investments for themselves, if they are not financially literate.
"Plan for the unplanned and you'll level out the ups and downs of your financial roller coaster." - Jesse Mechum| Savings Account
| Credit Cards & Debit cards
| Mutual Funds
| Life Insurance & General Insurance