The 2018 TIAA Institute-GFLEC Personal Finance Index
This report on the second wave of the TIAA Institute-GFLEC Personal Finance Index (P-Fin Index) provides a comprehensive barometer of U.S. adults’ readiness to make sound financial decisions. The P-Fin Index is unique in its capacity to examine financial literacy across eight common financial activities: earning, consuming, saving, investing, borrowing, insuring, understanding risk and gathering information. The results of the first wave were reported in 2017.
Most Americans lack the knowledge necessary to make routine financial decisions.
Financial literacy tends to be lowest in the area of comprehending risk and highest concerning debt and debt management.
Individuals with greater financial knowledge are more likely to experience positive financial outcomes.
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