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Cairns Post's article from 20 April 2024 on financial literacy and the lack thereof being a great regret amongst Millennials...

โ€œEducation is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the worldโ€. - Nelson Mandela

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๐ŸŽง Exciting news! ๐ŸŽ‰ FLY: Financially Literate Youth is now available as an audiobook, perfect for on-the-go learning! ๐Ÿ“š Dive into bite-sized chapters designed to empower the next generation with essential financial knowledge. ๐Ÿ’ก Don't miss outโ€”grab your copy today and start your ...journey to financial literacy! ๐Ÿ’ธ

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Financial literacy is good for Americans, and for the country...

"Currently 35 states require high school students to take a course in personal finance to graduate, and 28 states require students to take a course in economics. The only states that have no requirement include Colorado,... Delaware, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Vermont and Washington.

Arizona enacted legislation to establish a State Seal of Personal Finance Proficiency to recognize public school graduates who have attained a high level of proficiency in personal finance.

Organizations like the Council for Economic Education have been advocating for public policy that instills in high school students the fourth โ€œRโ€ โ€” a real world understanding of economics and personal finance. Its FinEd50 initiative advances policy changes at the state level and reports a 12-state increase since 2022 in states passing personal finance requirements. That translates into an additional 10 million high school students who will be able to learn financial literacy."

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We agree, and for Australia too!

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Financial literacy efforts being awarded in Utah ๐Ÿ™Œ

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Utah Jump$tart Coalition, Utah Treasurer Marlo Oaks, and USBE seek nominations for Utah Financial Education Hall of Fame - Utah Policy

The Utah Jump$tart Coalition, Utah Treasurer Marlo M. Oaks, and the Utah State Board of Education today announced the launch of the Utah Financial...

Some incredible humans who share in our vision for money awareness and financial literacy have created The MAIAwards.
They have some incredible financial literacy information and resources and annual awards with an impressive line up of Judges.
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๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ April is Financial Literacy Month, mates! ๐Ÿ’ฐ It's time to whip out your calculator and dive into the world of financial smarts. Down under, we're joining hands to empower Aussies with the knowledge and tools to make informed financial decisions through our incredible FLY ...Handbook. If you haven't yet got a copy, you NEED to!!!

From Sydney to Perth, Melbourne to Brisbane, understanding how to manage our money is crucial. Whether it's setting up a budget, investing wisely, or planning for retirement, #FinancialLiteracyMonth is all about equipping ourselves with the skills for financial success.

Financial Literacy Month originated in the USA. Check out this great article about how it all began!

You will see, they say:

1. Take a pledge to change
The first way to observe Financial Literacy Month is by reviewing your attitude towards your finances. Think about if you can commit to change the way you make a financial decision. Take a pledge to change your decisions that will benefit you more in the future.

2. Urge the government to make financial education mandatory
We should request the government to make personal finance education mandatory in schools and colleges. This will make the younger generation more educated about smartly handling their finances.

3. Raise awareness about Financial Literacy Month
Due to the pandemic, our finances are being affected which makes Financial Literacy Month more important. We should continue to raise awareness about choosing intelligent ways to handle our finances.

Did you know? In Australia, efforts to enhance financial literacy are ongoing, with resources available through organizations like ASIC's Moneysmart and a recent update to the school curriculum to include financial literacy, which we will see rolling out over the coming years. It is imperative that we continue to collectively urge our Government to ensure this vital education is provided to our youth! Let's seize this month to educate ourselves, our friends, and our families about the importance of financial literacy. Together, we can build a brighter financial future for all Aussies! ๐ŸŒŸ

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Financial Literacy Month

Did you know that most people struggle with managing finances? In this Financial Literacy Month, you donโ€™t have to worry about that anymore!

@financiallyliterateyouth has proudly featured in many media interviews and mentions since its release, including these highlights ๐Ÿ“ฐ ๐Ÿ™Œ โ€ฆ best of all financial literacy is gaining momentum and the future looks bright for our youth to have this essential education incorporated in to their ...schooling. We will never give up ๐Ÿ’ช

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