Financial Literacy

Hromadka, Erik
November 2007
Indiana Business Magazine;Nov2007, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p42
The article provides information regarding the literacy and management of finance in Indiana. The author implies that financial literacy suggests that a person understands and can apply the essential financial knowledge in everyday life. Dian Reyome, financial literacy coordinator at Centier Bank in Merrillville, wants to partner with businesses that search to help their employees with financial matters.


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