Why does financial literacy matter to achieve inclusive cultures?

The Covid-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact on most aspects of our lives. Many young professionals have lost their jobs or have been unable to find a role after graduating.

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Women are impacted by a lack of financial knowledge.

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Ethnic minority groups are more likely to struggle financially due to Covid-19.

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Young people are also financially vulnerable.

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This is why financial literacy matters.

At LMF Network, we believe financial know-how should be available to everyone. It is a life skill that will have a positive impact on people’s futures.

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