Only 19 percent of Millennials who perceived themselves as having high knowledge about personal finance were able to correctly answer basic questions assessing fundamental financial concepts…
Forty percent of Millennials have been offered financial education by a school, college, or employer. Of those offered such programs, 68 percent chose to participate, with 31 percent accessing these programs through an employer.
How is it possible to be in your mid twenties or mid thirties and have little or no financial literacy? How is it possible to graduate college without gaining financial literacy?
I don’t know, but that appears the case. I wonder how that relates to their political preferences?