Why Are So Many Americans Lax on Financial Literacy?
David A. Littell
The American College New York Life Center for Retirement Income
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The U.S. has a literacy problem, and it's a direct threat to the financial health of millions of Americans.
That's no hyperbole - it's the primary takeaway from a new study from Boston-based American Consumer Credit Counseling, which shows the U.S. ranks 14th on the global list of financially literate countries (behind countries like the Czech Republic and Singapore.)
O'Connell, Brian, "Why Are So Many Americans Lax on Financial Literacy?" (2016). In the News. 1986.