Financial literacy is the convergence of financial, credit and debt management and the knowledge that is necessary to make financially responsible decisions. This paper is conducted to assess the correlation between financial literacy and its component (financial education, financial attitude, financial behavior and financial knowledge). Data processing of this study using a pearson correlation with the number of samples 35 respondents. The data are quantitatively analyzed through Statistical Packages for Social Science (SPSS). According to the findings, financial literacy does not have a significant relationship with financial knowledge, however financial education, financial attitude and financial behavior together have a significant relationship with financial literacy. For appropriate utilization of funds, working women need to be financially literate.
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