10 Worst States for Financial Literacy
Some people have a knack for financial planning and some don’t. It seems to be the same with states, a fact of life that will likely require credit unions in some areas of the nation to do more member hand-holding.
People in these states are more likely to have revolving credit card debt, take loans from places like high-interest payday lenders, and spend more than they earn, according to WalletHub.
Overall Score: 42nd out of 51
Overall Score: 45
Overall Score: 48
Overall Score: 51
Originally published on BenefitsPro. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.