A recent article was published in response to our survey for Greenlight, fielded between February 26 and March 2, 2021, among 1,029 respondents in the U.S. ages 13-20. The survey’s purpose was to gauge the financial literacy of the younger population of the US. The finding of the survey were predominantly negative, as 75% of teens don’t feel confident in their knowledge of personal financing. The study also saw a growing number of teens (86%) have an interest in investing, but 45% have yet to invest due to their lack of confidence.

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