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Financial Education

Unfortunately, we know that financial literacy is often overlooked in our schools and universities. Most schools don’t even teach a basic understanding of how money works and how it can influence all aspects of your life and/or how you will live your retirement. Young adults today almost immediately start driving up student loan and credit card debt, without regard to how it may affect their future. Most people need help, but they don’t have a lot of time, aren’t sure where to go, or not sure who they can trust.

The effectiveness of financial education can vary based on factors such as the quality of the education, the audience’s level of engagement, and the individual’s personal circumstances and mindset. However, it’s important to note that financial education alone may not be sufficient to overcome systemic economic inequalities or address broader societal issues related to personal finance.

We want to help with that. Our mission is to provide access to financial literacy and education for anyone who wants it! After all, the more that we know, the better we can act and make wiser decisions. So, we can live better and position ourselves to retire comfortably.

As part of our “Give Back” Program we are giving access to two outstanding financial literacy education programs. Just check out the links below for free access to these financial tools!

Are you financially literate?

Unfortunately, only 57% of all Americans can answer the most basic questions about how money works. Are you willing to take on the challenge? If so, are you willing to answer 5 simple questions to see if you are Financially Literate?

Financial education and awareness refer to the knowledge and understanding of financial concepts, including budgeting, saving, investing, and debt management. It involves learning how to make informed financial decisions and developing skills to manage money effectively. Financial education and awareness also involve being aware of potential financial risks and scams and knowing how to protect oneself from them. The goal of financial education and awareness is to empower individuals to take control of their finances and achieve long-term financial stability and success.

How Money Works

Before you start making decisions about your money—especially those that impact your family and future in major ways—it’s important to have an education. How Money Works was written by Tom Mathews and Steve Siebold to educate and demystify processes and provide answers to financial questions. Appreciation Financial has partnered with Tom and Steve to incorporate an educational series through the web as a financial education tool for learning on a needed/wanted basis.

The Leading Impediment causing people from saving for their retirement is unsecured debt.

MPowering America was founded on the mission to help people restore financial stability by breaking the cycle of debt and turbocharging their wealth accumulation process.

Would you rather stay in debt (on the hamster wheel of high-interest payments) with a perfect credit rating, or do you think it would be better to start accumulating wealth? How would the 21% interest that you pay on credit card debt impact your retirement/savings? If you have unsecured debt (i.e.: credit cards VISA, MC, department store cards, home depot, rooms to go, gas cards) medical debt, federal tax debt, or even student loan debt, then you may be interested in learning how to get education on relief from this type of debt.

Another part of our “Give Back” Program is to make sure that Estate planning is affordable for everyone.

We want you to have a brighter future and a lasting legacy, but shouldn’t cost a lot of money or time.
Through our partnership with Trust and Will Advisors, you will receive an exclusive discount off of the Estate Plan that fits you (Will, Trust, or Guardian). They have streamlined the process and offer exceptional service without the high legal/attorney costs. If you want to know more about estate planning or perhaps the differences between a will and a trust, then go here
We truly hope that you find this helpful!