Building Financial Literacy for Us All
From Financial Literacy Month in April and throughout the year, we strive to build literacy through education.
As important as money and credit are, high schools and colleges don’t teach us all how to become financially literate and successful. That’s why government and nonprofit organizations throughout the country have joined forces to create financial literacy programs.
While that’s a year-round pursuit for Consolidated Credit, it culminates with National Financial Literacy Month each April. For 2014, we’ve created 20 questions that cover the basics you need master to become a financial success story.
Each weekday in April, we’ll present a new question on the homepage of our website. If you can answer the question, you’re off to a good start in that particular part of your financial outlook. If you can’t, you may want to take some time to build your knowledge on that subject. We even provide a tip to get you started.
You can find past questions from previous days below if you miss anything. By the end of April, you’ll have a solid foundation of understanding that should help you avoid problems and reach your financial goals.
One extra tip to pay it forward: Start your kids off right and help them get the right financial education early! Review our flash cards each day with your kids to see if they can answer the questions, too. If not, we offer a wide range of resources to help kids get a head start.