Gravitas Plus | Financial Literacy: The need of the hour

Gravitas Plus | Financial Literacy: The need of the hour

Gravitas Plus | Why do people die with money in the bank? When it comes to money, we either spend too much or are needlessly frugal. WION’s Palki Sharma says teaching fundamentals of investment, loans, debt in school is the best way to help people make smart money decisions. Listen in.

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  1. Unfortunately in most families, parents dont teach Financial literacy to kids. Schools anyway don't teach you that. This is the most important topic. Such an irony that a large population is not educated on this subject.

  2. Poor Mindset and thinking of Indian Public…Money must move and smartly spent….Wealth accumulation is a biggest problem of the world. It creates social/economic earn and spend it if not on urself then on others…

  3. Thank you for sharing this, yes we need to have financial literacy taught in schools, my personal take is that better still start it at home. Kids need to be made aware of the perils of debt! Another good excercise in getting things under control is to maintain a daily expense log, at the end of the month view it and ascertain where one can cut down. A simple excel sheet on a daily basis would suffice. Thanks.

  4. I love the way you talk and present each topic Palki. I like the way you dress too. Financial literacy is so important and so neglected. It’s no surprise that Gujarat has the highest literacy rate!!

  5. My parents were born during the great depression and as a result of that hardship, neither my grandparents or parents were capable of spending. They saved and worked their whole lives. I respect that so much and understand their mentality. However, they wouldn't pay for the simplest comfort such as carpeting, a laundry dryer, or taking a day off work and it makes me sad to think about that. I am a product of the California school system (financially illiterate). I need to start learning how to manage money. Thanks for the great video. Always educational!

  6. Stop complaining. In India people have smart phone and all they do is WhatsApp and Facebook, and showing off to friends that how much they are living upper class style. Learning is self driven attitude and they should spend more time in learning new things rather than doing show off. Knowledge is out there free, just look up and you will learn in few hours. So, stop COMPLAINING!!!!

  7. I can handle money very well in my perspective, inspite of not much supply I still managed to handle well. I also follow one of world leader in financial process to handle it.