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If You Failed that Online Financial Quiz, Relax and Don’t Sweat Your Score

May 17, 2019
By:
Jill Cornfield

Nobody likes to get a poor grade. But those online “test-your-financial-literacy quizzes can be irresistible. They’re short. You think you’ll do pretty well. Then, wham. You failed. How bad should you feel? Probably not very.

Pension Puzzles that Need Urgent Attention in Kenya

April 1, 2019
By:
Arth Shah

Money is a word that resonates well with you and saving is a word that your parents, teachers or relatives always (probably) talk to you about while pension or retirement is a word that you probably don’t take seriously (or you do, if you are ready to retire).

Financial Literacy Awareness Can Greatly Improve

March 18, 2019
By:
Steff Chalk

Financial literacy awareness programs’ impact on retirement savings patterns seems to be headed in a positive direction. Numerous studies on financial literacy awareness conclude that such education efforts do, indeed, have a significant impact on retirement preparedness.

Americans Overwhelmingly Lack Knowledge About This Key Financial Product

March 17, 2019
By:
Maurie Backman

The scary part of retirement is not knowing whether your savings will last throughout your golden years. In fact, for many seniors, the fear of running out of money trumps that of actual death. That's why it pays to consider an annuity in the course of your financial planning for retirement.

10 of the Easiest, Most Effective Ways to Save for Retirement

February 28, 2019
By:
Alessandra Malito

Almost 75% of Americans in retirement age failed a retirement literacy quiz, according to the American College of Financial Services, which interviewed 1,200 Americans between 60 and 75 who had at least $100,000 in household assets. Less than 1% earned an A and only 5% scored a B.