Financial Well-Being is defined as the ability to meet all financial needs, today and over time; feel secure in the economic future; absorb a financial shock; and have the financial freedom to choose to enjoy life. The overall goal for students is to be well-versed in financial literacy, so a more appropriate way of calling it is using the term “Financial Well-Being” rather than “Financial Literacy.” COE invites you to submit questions to Nicole Norfles at [email protected] Once registered, log into the Community of Practice the Monday after registering. View and open your user profile in the top right corner with your name and image. Here you will need to open the “unread message” containing instructions to access the Priority IV community. Be sure to complete the evaluation before moving on to any other lesson.
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