Lack of Financial Literacy Costs Americans over $9,700 across their Lifetimes

March 31, 2017

The National Financial Educators Council recently released results of a survey about financial knowledge conducted with 3,006 people in six age categories across the US. People were asked, “Across your entire lifetime, about how much money do you think you have lost because you lacked knowledge about personal finances?” Respondents estimated that their lack of financial knowledge cost them an average of $9,724.83

Posted in Quick News on March, 2017