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What is Financial Well-Being

Handbook of Research on Behavioral Finance and Investment Strategies: Decision Making in the Financial Industry
Is the capability to develop decision making ability to have the financial means for the best conditions for saving, investing, using credits and planning for the future. It gives comfortably to the ones (ie, person, family, community) to enjoy a gratifying lifestyle.
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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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Financial Distress and Health
Informed decision making and learning how to save, invest, use credit wisely, and plan for the future. .
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Financial Well-Being among Young Employees in Malaysia
Financial well-being is defined as a state of being financially healthy, happy and free from worry and base on subjective appraisal of one’s financial situation (Joo, 2008 AU76: The in-text citation "Joo, 2008" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ).
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Exploring the Possibilities of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Techniques to Enhance Gamified Financial Services
A state in which people can fully meet current and ongoing financial obligations, and have control and feel secure about their financial future.
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