"Financial literacy is not a tonic; it is a tool. But like being in Japan and not speaking a word of Japanese, without it, you cannot make it very far in society at all.

Financial literacy is literally the language of money. And if you don’t understand the global language of money, and if you don’t have a bank account, then you are just an economic slave.

With financial literacy comes financial understanding, financial capability, financial inclusion and at least the opportunity for financial and economic empowerment…"


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