Utah ranked 2nd most financially literate state
With tax season right around the corner and April being National Financial Literacy Month, it’s no surprise that everyone is talking about their finances.
According to a recent WalletHub study, Utahns are pretty money-wise, as the state ranks No. 2 in the nation for financial literacy.
Utahns have, according to the study, high financial planning and high financial knowledge, contributing to the high financial know-how.
The only state to beat out Utah’s savvy financing was Virginia.
New Hampshire, New Jersey and Minnesota rounded out the top five. Louisiana ranked the least financially literate state, with Alaska, Mississippi, Delaware and New Mexico filling out the bottom five.