Tag: financial literacy

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Book HIghlight

Book Highlight: Launching Financial Grownups by Bobbi Rebell

Learn about Bobbi Rebell, author of Launching Financial Grownups – a practical guide for how best to raise our children into financially responsible, independent young adults in our rapidly changing, increasingly competitive economy.

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Blogging and Podcasting

How to Write About Investing

There are a number of topics to write about when it comes to money, but attempting to write about investing can be the most challenging especially if you’re new. What makes writing about investing more difficult? For starters, there are regulatory bodies that regularly monitor content, especially those in major news publications, for inaccuracies or miss-representations. 

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Blogging and Podcasting

How Being Queer or Trans Affects Your Finances

When you’re queer or transgender, your finances are going to look a little bit different from the mainstream. While the LGBTQIA2S+ community has made significant strides in the last few years, there are still many challenges that we face as we navigate our financial lives. It’s not that queer and

Blogging and Podcasting

How to Create A Financial Literacy Project

Thanks to the Plutus Foundation, I launched the Legacy Project in 2022. The Legacy Project was a series of workshops focused on custodial accounts and 529 college savings plans for first-time parents with children under the age of one in Tulsa’s Greenwood District. If each of the parents that participated

Financial Literacy

The Impact of Financial Literacy for Young Learners

To top off Financial Literacy Month, we want you to hear from one of our grant recipients, Holly Reid, about her program, Millionaire Money Camp for Kids. Holly is passionate about reaching kids and shares with us the impact that her program has made in the life of her students.

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Blogging and Podcasting

Why Personal Finances is Different for African Americans

For some, personal finance is just a series of organized numbers and behaviors to produce a desired outcome. With enough organization and effort on the front end, you can retire early or pay off your debt. After all, money is just a tool that can be used to construct your

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Blogging and Podcasting

How to Write About Budgeting

Most people panic on the inside when they hear the word “budget” come up in a conversation and when reading articles online. “What’s your budget?” “Did you budget for that?” “Have you tried creating a budget to save more money?” Unless you are an able-bodied person with no money trauma

Financial Literacy

3 Financial Resolutions to Consider Making in the New Year

Whether it’s creating a better budget, saving more, paying off debt, giving more to charities, or keeping more money for yourself, we all have goals for the new year ahead. Here’s how to set strong financial goals this year.

Financial Literacy

5 Holiday Side Gigs to Make Extra Money

The holidays can be a financial stressor for anyone. Luckily, there are tons of holiday side gigs to help you make money for gifts, holiday food, gatherings, and more. These holiday side gigs can help you lessen that stress and even have a little fun at the same time.

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