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Each month in 2022, the Plutus Foundation Impact Series features select articles, podcast episodes, and videos from participating content creators, all around a central theme. Check out the Impact Series for February.
The Movement for March is Mental Health. This is a good opportunity to produce some content that looks at the obstacles that mental health creates in putting good financial ideas into practice — or how being emotionally resilient can be a strength when it comes to your finances. We’ll be looking for NEW content posted during the third week of the month.
It’s not too late to provide your article/podcast/video before we begin sharing, just make sure you let us know by clicking here to submit your content.
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“Most “movers and shakers” need to pick between establishing a corporation (aka Inc.) or a limited liability company (aka LLC). This can be a tough decision! I’m here to explain the difference between the entities. ” – Financial Alien
“Generational wealth usually passes from parents to kids. But what if you’re not having kids? Kara shares her approach to community-oriented finances and how, as a childfree person, she is building generational wealth in her own life. ” – Bravely Go
“Being rich is not about fairness at all. Wealth is merely class and access. Here are the 5 best investing lessons to ensure you and your family fall on the right side of the wealth equation.” – The Neighborhood Finance Guy
“This article isn’t about a parable; However, I will use the concept of fishing to explain how one can better invest their time and build a better life. The ability to achieve financial independence is rooted in your ability to first invest your time.” – Financial Independence Scribbles