New Kansas website aims to aid residents’ financial literacy

Kansas Financial Literacy (Courtesy: Kansas Financial Literacy)

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – The state of Kansas has launched a new financial literacy website in an effort to fight some of the money management challenges residents face.

The website includes the Kansas Financial Learning Center, an interactive tool with 16 informative modules on a variety of financial topics.

A recent WalletHub report says Kansas was the top state in its WalletLiteracy test, which scores the financial literacy of a state’s residents.

President and CEO of Fidelity State Bank & Trust Co., Allan Towle, says financial literacy is a critical issue and that all ages can benefit from learning information that guides them to making good financial decisions.

Chris Burk, supervisor at Topeka’s Housing and Credit Counseling Inc., says tackling money challenges early on can make a big difference.
WEBSITE | Kansas Financial Literacy Website

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