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9 Things Lenders Look for in Credit Reports
Why the Population of Unbanked and Underbanked is Growing
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Why So Many are Living Life Without A Bank Account
Fees, Fines and Penalties
Credit and FICO Score
If You Want to Change Your Financial Direction
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National Financial Educators Council
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FLAN works with people/communities/organizations/businesses who want to embrace and join forces to bring the vision of financial education (personal money management) to themselves, their families, employees and communities
Course participants will learn how to properly manage their money, save, invest and grow it. It’s about dreams and goals!
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eCourse - Webinars - Workshops
q What are your personal money management goals?
q Smart and Practical ways to Spend, Save, Grow your money
q Crash Course Personal Money Management Teens & Young Adults
q Financial Literacy: Educating your kids (pre-k to 8th Grade)
q College Grads: Real Money X –
What you must know, but they don’t tell you.
q Road to Retirement –
How much do I need to retire? Steps to get started.
What you need to know about Credit and Beyond?
The financial literacy curriculum & presentations are designed to accommodate a variety of schedules and learning outcomes. Organizations have used the curriculum as workshops of various lengths, after-school programs, weekend seminars, camps, in-class training, lunch-and-learns, for-credit college classes, employee education and various other delivery forms. Financial Literacy Action Network is 100% independent and its financial literacy curriculum & presentations are purely educational. With the guidance of the Curriculum Advisory Board – comprised of educators, financial professionals, and financial education experts – this collaboration has yielded financial literacy curriculum that bridges the gap between theory-based education and practical application. If legal advice or other professional advice including financial is required the services of a competent professional person should be sought.