Finances are top of mind for many Americans when taxes are due. Because it also is National Financial Literacy Month, this is a great time to talk about money with younger generations.

LIMRA, a trade association supporting the insurance and financial services industries, defines financial literacy as "understanding financial concepts and products to make wise decisions with one's money." Being financially literate can lead to feeling more financially secure and able to withstand life's unexpected expenses.

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