What is Financial Literacy?

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What is financial literacy?

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  • Financial literacy helps you feel knowledgeable and confident about your money-related decisions.

  • Education is the easiest way to become more financially literate. Gain a strong understanding about credit and debt, and learn how to budget.

  • Look into investing; it encourages you to think about and plan for the future, which can greatly boost your financial literacy.

  • Don’t fear tax season! It equips you with better knowledge on your financial situation, which translates to a more financially literate you.

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Chrissy Kapralos
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Chrissy Kapralos

Chrissy is a freelance writer and editor who is passionate about making financial education accessible. She is also a communications advisor for the Ontario Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines. When she isn't writing, you can find her practicing yoga or watching horror movies.

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