Financial literacy goes downhill after the age of 60, no matter how wealthy or educated you are.

The finding stumped Texas Tech University professor Michael Finke who assumed that older individuals would ace the test that was part of the university’s financial literacy survey. To his surprise, they performed poorly despite their lifetime of experience with mortgages, loans, insurance and other financial products.

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