Al-Mutharahah volume 17, issue 1, P130-150 2020 DOI: 10.46781/al-mutharahah.v17i1.77 View full text
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Galih Tegar Febrianto, Faza Ghulam Ahmad, Imamul Arifin

Abstract: Financial literacy and inclusion is a degree that shows how the public has understood and used financial products optimally. The reality shows that the level of literacy and financial inclusion in Indonesia is still at 38%. That means only 38 people out of 100 people can know and understand financial products well. On the other hand, the community has been known as a forum that unites communal Indonesians. Here the community is become a mediator and accelerates the increase in financial literacy and inclusion.…

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