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Rochelle

I think this is a responsible initiative to improve on the system. Lack of education, especially in finance, leaves people vulnerable to being taken advantage of. I have often thought that financial education could start with the school system - just to get an understanding of the basics. Then, for the government and employers to work together to provide information and perhaps some assistance to people in the first few years of their working life, to help the employees make their own decisions to ensure a more financially secure future.

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