Czech financial literacy improved slightly last year

According to an annual survey commissioned by the Czech Bankers Association, financial literacy among Czechs improved slightly last year. According to the index, the Czech scored 56 out of 100 for her, compared to 55 for him the year before.

The survey also suggests significant differences in financial literacy based on respondents’ education. Those with a college degree scored an average of 62, while those with a primary education or apprenticeship certificate she scored only 48.

According to the survey, three-quarters of Czechs say that the current high inflation threatens their household budgets. At the same time, about two-fifths of people do not plan to take measures to protect their household budgets from inflation. Czech financial literacy improved slightly last year

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