Monday, January 16, 2006

Financial literacy rate gets a "D"

The Kansas City Star ran an interesting article on personal finances that outlines the need for financial literacy amongst Americans.

Reporting on a survey by Opinion Research Corp. for the Consumer Federation of America and the Financial Planning Association, the article points out that only half of consumers in the survey understood that “personal wealth” refers to financial and tangible assets minus consumer debt.
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