College is often the first time in a person’s life when money management skills are needed. But, most young adults do not receive “Financial Literacy'' education and are left to their own devices to make financial decisions. Many overspend, take on too much debt, and don’t think about planning for the future. While there is no shortage of online personal finance content, many young adults are not aware of their knowledge gaps or motivated to learn independently. The Babson Financial Literacy Project (BFLP) is a not-for-profit program that prepares young adults to manage their financial futures.
On this replay of “Office Hours with Dr. De Veau”, we were joined by BFLP Program Director, Robin Kahn, and Babson College faculty member, Jennifer Bethel to tell us more about the program.
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