volunteer programs and online self-study services
The era of digital finance sets new challenges in financial education.
Despite the fact that the majority of citizens recognize their responsibility for the state of their personal budget, their practical skills in financial planning still leave much to be desired.
On the one hand, the online environment offers a wide range of services and applications, including those developed by financial institutions, which help to independently establish control over personal finances.
On the other hand, many consumers of financial services still need additional individual counseling, as well as external motivation and encouragement.
What is the role of educational institutions in building sustainable financial planning skills among young people?
How understandable and user friendly are the online personal budget management tools?
How accessible are personal financial consulting services for the socially vulnerable categories of citizens?