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Abstract: Consumers must make many financial decisions, from basic spending and saving to complex investment choices and retirement planning. What does an individual need to do or know to be financially literate? At a minimum, consumers must be able to keep track of their cash resources and their payment obligations, and they must know how to apply for a loan. This lesson helps students develop a basic understanding of credit and the importance of a credit history. Students will learn how a credit history affects their lives.

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Provider: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Part of Series: Inside the Vault

Publication Date: 2006

Issue: Fall

Order Number: 28