April 4, 2021
April is Financial Literacy Month. This is the time each year consumers are reminded to reflect on their financial wellbeing and consider possible changes to their behavior. As we start to see some light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, new questions must be asked and addressed.
One year ago families were forced to immediately adjust their budgets as many jobs were lost or work hours reduced.
How will consumers handle regaining freedom to move about outside of the home again? Many families are looking at releasing pent-up demand and plans are being made for vacations. Some consumers we...