Financial Literacy: Prosperity Begins with Knowledge

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Financial Literacy: Prosperity Begins with Knowledge

April 24, 2018
Lynne Cornelison

In this 36-page study, Raddon examines the state of the average American’s personal finances. Many U.S. consumer households are inadequately prepared for unexpected expenses. While demographics like age and income play a role in this lack of readiness, high-income households are often unprepared as well. Financial literacy is a key component to being better equipped and prepared for unforeseen emergency expenses and successfully navigating through life’s financial milestones.

Raddon’s research findings reveal American attitudes toward financial literacy, including a self-assessment of their own literacy levels; consumer views on the importance of financial literacy; trusted sources of financial advice; the impact of financial programs on consumers’ relationships with their financial institutions; key places to promote programs; and the ideal generation to introduce financial programs.

Price: 
$1,500.00

Inside the Report

Table of Contents: 

Executive Summary
3
Introduction
4
U.S. Consumer Banking Behavior and Attitudes
5
Perceptions of Financial Literacy and Programs
12
The Value of Financial Education Programs
14
The Raddon Financial Literacy Quiz
24
How Literate Are We?
26
The Impact of Financial Literacy
30
Conclusion
33
Survey Methodology
34
About
35

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Date Published
April 24, 2018
Author
Lynne Cornelison
Study Length
36 Pages
Number of Charts
25
Price
$1,500