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What is Financial Behavior

Handbook of Research on Behavioral Finance and Investment Strategies: Decision Making in the Financial Industry
Is the capability to capture of understanding overall impacts of financial decisions on one’s (ie. person, family, community, country) circumstances and to make the right decisions related to the cash managment, precautions and opportunities for budget planning.
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Financial Education for Children and Youth
Zeynep Tezel (Kırıkkale University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-7484-4.ch005
Although financial education consists of individuals of all ages, education of young people in the field of finance is more important. The young generation faces more financial risks and more complicated financial products than their parents. Besides, young people are introduced to financial services at very early ages owing to cell phones, bank accounts, credit cards. Therefore, it is important that individuals are educated in finance as early as possible.
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Measuring the Poverty of Elderly People with Needs Analysis in Turkey
It can be defined as any human behavior that is relevant to money management. Common financial behaviors include cash, credit and saving behavior.
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Financial Literacy Practices as a 21st Century Skill in Turkey and the World Within the Framework of Public Administration Policy
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