A shocking lack of financial knowledge by our nation’s teenagers has caused a junior achievement organization and an association of retired teachers to band together to help bridge this gap.

A study conducted in 2006 by the National Financial Literacy Summit showed that 60% of teens throughout the U.S. could not decipher the underlying differences between cash, checks, and credit cards.

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