Iowa students averaged 52-percent, a solid F, when it comes to knowing how to manage personal finances. A few weeks ago, we revealed those sobering test scores.
Now, an expert warns the problem grows far worse when those students leave for college. Adam Carroll is an author, speaker, and financial researcher. He’s on a mission to make people see that a four-year degree won’t necessarily make your child financially stable and it could make them broke.
Carroll sat down with Channel 13’s Dan Winters for ‘Three Minutes in the Chair.’