Youth unemployment is a pervasive problem. A number of countries faced with similar challenges have developed and implemented various labour market programs and interventions aimed at redressing the youth employment problem. Any scan of national financial literacy strategies in OECD countries will show that the youth are by far the leading priority target group. The realization of Kenya’s Vision 2030 and the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals critically depend on the degree of inclusion of the youth in the development agenda (Kenya National Human Development Report, 2009). This book, therefore examines the influence of financial education program on business growth among youth groups in Homa-Bay County focusing on: entrepreneurship information, financial access, debt management, savings and business development services as variables. The significance of financial education as a preventive approach would be useful to government agencies or policy makers’ incharge of youth affairs, private sector, NGOs, Financial Institutions and youthful scholars to ensure investments are made towards building capacity of the vulnerable youths on the thematic area of financial education.