GOBankingRates kicks off the month of financial literacy with a comprehensive guide to personal finance

GOBankingRates’ ‘How well do you know your money?’ Franchise is designed to help readers understand important terminology, strategies, and risks associated with critical personal finance topics such as investing and retirement planning.

THE ANGELSApr 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — For Financial Literacy Month, GOBankingRates aims to help people become more knowledgeable and empowered when it comes to all aspects of managing their money. it’s new “How well do you know your money?” franchise offers a wide variety of content that gives readers the confidence they need to make smart financial decisions.

“Simple money matters, such as understanding what APR and APY mean and how they affect you, can really help people make better financial decisions. We may end up spending more or not making the most of our savings simply because we haven’t been educated enough about these things, and that’s something we hope to help change,” said Molly Sullivan, editor in chief at GOBankingRates.com.

This month-long guide, with over 100 pieces of content, covers the five key principles of financial literacy according to the Financial Literacy and Education Commission: to deservesavings and investmentsspendto lend and to protect† It also takes a closer look at financial literacy and how it can help you build wealth and how financial literacy compares across the globe.

GOBankingRates franchise also includes exclusive research data revealing How Americans Have Been Monetarily Hurt by Financial Illiteracy, about which money topics they think they need more education and more. The franchise will also help people at different stages of their lives as it covers how financial literacy changes once you retire and how families can work together to ensure they all stay informed about money.

“Simple money topics like understanding what APR and APY mean and how they affect you can really help people make better financial decisions. We may end up spending more or not making the most of our savings simply because we haven’t received enough education about these things, and that’s something that we hope to help change,” said Molly Sullivan, editor in chief at GOBankingRates.com. “Financial literacy won’t solve all people’s money problems, but it can have a big impact.”

If you have any questions or would like to speak to a GOBankingRates editorial representative, please direct all media inquiries to:

Contact:
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About GOBankingRates
GOBankingRates.com is a personal financial news and features website dedicated to assisting visitors to Live Richer™. From saving money tips to investing for retirement or finding a good interest rate, GOBankingRates helps turn financial goals into milestones and money dreams into reality. Its content is regularly featured on leading media outlets including MSN, Yahoo!, FOX Business, CNBC, Business Insider, United States Today and dozens of others. GOBankingRates specializes in connecting consumers with the financial institutions and products that best suit their needs. Start your journey to a rich mind and a full wallet with us www.gobankingrates.com

GOBankingRates.com is a leading portal for personal finance news and features, providing visitors with the latest information on everything from interest rates to strategies for saving money and paying down debt.  The editors are featured regularly in leading media outlets including US News & World Report, MSN Money, Daily Finance, Huffington Post, Business Insider and many more.  It also specializes in connecting consumers with the best banks, credit unions and national interest rates.  (PRNews photo/GOBankingRates)

GOBankingRates.com is a leading portal for personal finance news and features, providing visitors with the latest information on everything from interest rates to strategies for saving money and paying down debt. The editors are featured regularly in leading media outlets including US News & World Report, MSN Money, Daily Finance, Huffington Post, Business Insider and many more. It also specializes in connecting consumers with the best banks, credit unions and national interest rates. (PRNews photo/GOBankingRates)

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