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Percent of millennials demonstrate basic financial knowledge (pwc)

51

Percent of Americans Age 18-24 view high school money management courses as most beneficial to personal life (pwc)

19

Percent of Michigan Children living in Poverty (talk poverty)

16

Percent of Americans Ages 18-26 are optimistic about their financial future (Bank of America)

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