COMING SOON: Financial Literacy & Life Skills Portal
Financial literacy for everyday working people.
Credit | Budgeting | Money Lessons | Debt Management | Small Business Tips | Wealth Planning
We created a financial literacy portal to share essential money management & credit tips that both teens and adults need to know. We're sharing our proven money & credit-building strategies to put our communities on the path to financial empowerment.
Courses are taught by leading industry professionals and include actionable steps for you to improve your financial situation. Whether it's fixing your credit, buying a house or car, tax planning, or learning how to stop living paycheck-to-paycheck, find everything you need to get your financial life together on the Financial Literacy & Life Skills portal. Our Money & Credit courses cover financial education that both kids and adults need to know including:
How to raise your credit score
Realistic budgeting: Stop living paycheck-to-paycheck
Completing W-4 tax forms at work
Investing and savings tips for everyday people
Building your business and personal credit
Learn how to pay bills without living paycheck-to-paycheck, build your credit, grow your savings, and be financially savvy.
Access one course or invest in a bundle to access all courses.
Fix Your Credit Course
This course is the A-to-Z guide to credit. From defining basic terms, breaking down credit reports, and techniques to maximize your credit score, Fix Your Credit provides you with proven strategies to improve your credit profile and overall financial health.
Budgets are the best when used correctly. Too often budgets are created based on traditional methods that simply don't work. Whether you're a young professional, accomplished executive, or busy parent trying to manage your household, this course gives you everything you need to budget the right way in less than an hour per week.
Debt-Free in Three
Everybody wants to be debt-free: own your home, your car, no student loans, no liabilities. It's not as hard as it seems and this course gives you 3 simple steps to knock out your debt - whether it's $2,000 in credit cards or $200,000 in student loans.
Completing Your Form W-4 for Work
Your Form W-4 tells your employer how much to withhold from your paycheck for federal income tax. Completing this form correctly and revisiting as your financial situation changes is a simple tax strategy to help you avoid owing a lot or overpaying your income taxes.