Financial Literacy on the Go
Members of the Personal Finance Community are bringing financial literacy to the masses in unconventional ways. This week, we highlighted some of the people making a difference in the way people learn about important financial topics.
The panel included:
– Founder of Marsha Barnes The Finance Bar, – Founder of Jason Vitug Phroogal, Rod Griffin – Director of Public Education at Experian, and Mike Delgado – Social Media Community Manager at Experian.
Here’s the link to the discussion on Blab.
If you have ideas for future topics and guests, please tweet
@Teena_LaRo or email Christina.Roman@experian.com. Questions We Discussed:
Q1: How did you first learn about finances?
Q2: What does it mean to be financially literate?
Q3: What are some habits of financially literate people?
Q4: What are great ways to stay financially literate on the go?
Q5: How can we inspire people in the community to take proactive steps toward achieving financial literacy?
Q6: How can we make financial literacy relatable and applicable to everyday life?
Q7: Do you help your friends or loved ones with their finances? Pros/Cons?
Q8: Do you think schools should incorporate financial literacy into the classroom? At what level?
Q9: What financial terms or topics did you find confusing when you first learned about finances?
Q10: Do you have a final tip for anyone seeking out financial literacy?
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