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Financial literacy is having the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make responsible financial decisions. In this definition:
Source : Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
There are a number of tools designed to help people improve their financial literacy. Éducaloi, for one, offers convenient printable guides on financial planning, investments, and other topics.
Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) provides a directory of all the financial education tools available in Quebec.
Boosting your knowledge, skills, and confidence to make informed financial decisions is a way to prevent material or financial mistreatment, i.e.,
fraudulent, illegal, unauthorized, or dishonest acquisition or use of an older adult’s property or legal documents or lack of information or misinformation regarding financial or legal matters.
Source : Quebec Government (only in French)