Many of us have experienced the cost of financial literacy gaps at one point or another. And if you’re like most folks, the gaps in your financial literacy probably cost you at least $500 last year alone.1 Think of it as a type of financial illiteracy tax. However, there is good news: you do NOT have to keep paying it year after year. The more you brush up on your financial knowledge, the better you’ll...
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