Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy

Empower Learners With the Financial Skills to Make Smart Decisions.

Learners need access to the basic financial tools and lessons to become more self-independent.

Understanding basic money management such as developing a budget, using checking and savings and handling credit cards is very important to students. Financial literacy plays a vital role as students with disabilities make a transition to the workforce, college or independent living. Skills that allow people to make smart decisions with their money.

No matter what job you get or how old you are, you need to have a good handle on your finances.

“4 out of 5 US workers live paycheck to paycheck”. Over ¼ never save any money from month to month and almost 75% are in some form of debt and most assume they will always be.“ —

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