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Financial Illiteracy High Amongst Latinos

Financial illiteracy and insecurity is highest among Latinos than any other group despite a majority claiming otherwise according to a new study by TIAA-CREF Institute and the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center. While 76% of Latinos claimed to have a high degree of knowledge regarding finances, the study, titled "Hispanic Personal Finances: Financial Literacy and Decision-making Among College-Educated Hispanics," found that only 32% of college-educated Latinos could demonstrate literacy in basic financial concepts. "It is crucial that we understand the challenges Hispanic families … [Read More...]

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