Financial literacy is so critically important to working Americans that it can make them more productive and less vulnerable to major economic uncertainty, according to a new survey, but only about half of employers said they provide basic workplace financial education.

The research findings also suggest most organizations that pass benefit costs on to their employees felt obligated to provide ongoing financial education to help them make appropriate financial decisions.

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