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Standards of Financial Literacy
Your path to financial independence starts with understanding money. Topics include: consumerism, increasing income, career choices, budgeting, saving, investing, and much more!
Morgan Franklin Fellowship
We teach people how to save, invest and grow their money, while providing them with real-world opportunities to develop their business confidence.
One person at a time.
Employers often look for soft skills when hiring as they are important for building relationships, problem solving, and team work. While hard skills may not always transfer easily, soft skills are transferrable across careers and industries. This course will help you learn how to build your soft skills.
This course will help you learn how to build your soft skills.
Now Available - Investing Series
To become Financially Independent, you need to understand the game. In this series of three courses, you’ll learn about different types of investments, how you can mitigate risk, and what regulations are in place to safeguard investments.View
We believe everyone should have the opportunity to become financially independent.
Saving is one of the most valuable financial habits to develop.
Investing is about generating future returns from an invested asset.
Growing net worth increases assets and decreases liabilities over time.
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