How to Actively Support Financial Literacy In Your Community

The core reason for starting this blog in the first place was to help others, especially young families, become financially literate.

The reality is that we live in a world where debt and overspending have become normalized. Normal has become spending your entire paycheck on an upgraded lifestyle.

Typing a 2,000-word blog post is great, and we all hope that the words we type have an impact. But nothing will ever replace real-life interaction with others.

Get Off Your Computer and Into Your Community

The Importance of Financial Literacy in Our Communities

Financial stability can reduce stress, improve marriages, provide more flexibility in life, and allow you to give generously.

Many bloggers and podcasters are familiar with the Plutus Awards, which is an event that is basically the Oscars of the personal finance community.

Plutus Foundation

Junior Achievement aims to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

Junior Achievement

While their mission is broader than financial literacy, teaching money is important for their curriculum.

Financial Peace University is an interactive 9-week course to help people master budgeting, pay off debt, build wealth, and give generously.

Financial Peace University

The purpose is to provide content to young students to encourage them to save money while promoting the basic concepts of financial literacy.

Teach Children to Save

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