Financial Literacy for Inclusion
A lack of financial literacy contributes to ill-informed financial decisions and these decisions could, in turn, have tremendous adverse effects on both personal and, ultimately, global financial resilience (OECD, 2009). As a result, financial literacy is now globally acknowledged as an essential life skill and targeted financial education policy is considered to be an important element of economic and financial stability and development.
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