Junior Achievement Teens & Personal Finance Study
In March of 2018, Junior Achievement USA and AIG surveyed 1,000 teens between the ages of13 and 18 to gain a better understanding of their perceptions as they relate to personal financeand financial decision making. The findings of that research are summa
Financial Literacy Month: Can money truly buy happiness?
Can money buy happiness? It's an age-old question that keeps people talking. We may never have a true answer to that question. But it does help steer the conversation into how mental health and financial literacy are connected. One in five adults in the U
Financial Literacy: Do you know how to manage your money?
Knowing how to manage your money can help in all aspects of life. Junior Achievement programs start in kindergarten, working to make sure students start learning the importance of financial literacy at a young age.