WORLD CONSUMER RIGHTS DAY
Billions of adults across the globe lack access to the financial services they need to achieve even modest levels of economic well-being. Many households and small businesses in emerging markets have minimal access to formal financial services. Even in developed countries, they only have access to a limited menu of cost-effective products from financial institutions for addressing their financial needs.
Over two billion adults globally (representing 38% of all adults globally) lack essential financial services. Another 57% have basic accounts but do not have access to diversified investment and savings options, low-cost payments systems, core household and business insurance, or credit.
The resulting poor financial wellness and economic insecurity are not just a low-income bottom-of-the-pyramid problem in developing economies. Achieving financial inclusion and security is not an end in itself but a means to an end.
Financial literacy is crucial because it will equip you with the knowledge and skills to manage your money effectively. The absence of the same will lack a strong foundation for your actions and decisions concerning savings and investments. However, financial literacy will help you understand financial concepts better and manage your finances efficiently.
It will also help you manage money effectively, make financial decisions, and achieve financial stability. At the same time, financial literacy will provide in-depth knowledge of financial education and various crucial strategies for economic growth and success. This will enable you to be debt-free by adopting the best debt strategies. Four components needed to understand financial literacy better are budgeting, debt, saving and investment.
OUR SOLUTION = EDUCATE YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKFORCE.