This study examined the desires of clients of a large national non-profit credit counseling organization for additional information and education on financial topics. Their desires were similar but quite different in prioritization from those who presumably are adequately managing their financial resources. Credit counseling clients gave priority to budgeting and credit management. Other research suggests that people who are presumably managing well desire additional education on investing and retirement planning first, followed by more basic financial education topics. Key words: financial education

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