When it comes to financial literacy, start early

… is the thrust of a piece in today's Washington Post, which observes:

Studies show that young people who graduate in states that mandate personal finance education are better with money as adults. They have higher credit scores and are less likely to default on credit cards. Yet, most states don’t require the classes.

Read the entire article, including a graphic on which states provide and/or require a high school financial literacy course, here.

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