Financial literacy is highest in a small New England state, according to an analysis by a personal finance website.
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Financial literacy is key to being able to take control of your financial future. But some states are woefully behind in acquiring this crucial skill.
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First among them: You’ll likely be damaging your retirement prospects. Leave the money alone if you can.
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