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Submitted by Pozzle 536d ago | news

Company Using Games To Teach Financial Responsibility

Millions of low to moderate income consumers have poor levels of financial literacy which adversely affects their ability to manage their finances and to plan for the future. The increasing complexity of financial services and the rising costs of key milestones such as accessing higher education or taking retirement mean that a reconsideration of how we provide financial education to the population at large is urgently required. (Industry)

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