Financial literacy is the ability to understand personal finances and effectively put that knowledge into practice by making sound financial decisions specific to your own situation. This includes budgeting, investing, borrowing money, taxation, monitoring your credit score, being aware of financial scams, and navigating financial challenges within all your relationships such as your partner and children.
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