Putting Your Stimulus Check to Work

Stimulus Check

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations Households across the United States have or will see stimulus checks or deposits ranging from $1,200 to $2,400+. As people see these funds hit their accounts, we wanted to share some thoughts on ways that you could put your stimulus money to work. Broadly speaking, there are two […]

MFF Economic Outlook: 4/29/20

Written by: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management; MFF Visiting Scholar April 29, 2020 With the United States (U.S.) at about sixty thousand deaths, COVID-19 continues to havoc communities both near and far. As states across the U.S. reopen for business, many are left grappling for clarity on how this will […]

Small Business Sustainability during COVID-19 Restrictions

By: Jillian Starman, Ph.D., MFF Director of Education; Founder of Wise Women Leadership Dr. Jillian Starman is the Director of Education for Morgan Franklin Fellowship Foundation: an organization that promotes financial independence through online financial literacy education, and the founder of Wise Women Leadership: an organization that focuses on leadership growth, performance improvement, and business […]

5 Creative Ways to Save Money

By: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management; MFF Visiting Scholar Featured in Ink Link’s April Financial Literacy Column With most of us stuck at home either working, searching for work, or perhaps stressing about work, there’s no question that money has become top-of-mind for many Granite Staters and Americans across the […]

MFF Economic Outlook: 4/21/20

Written by: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management; MFF Visiting Scholar April 21, 2020 The United States (U.S.) is the epicenter of the world for COVID-19, surpassing forty four thousand deaths. The Trump Administration plans to suspend immigration to the U.S., and with the support of Congress, reached a deal this […]

How to save money and enjoy coffee during quarantine

By: Emily Goulet, MFF Director of Communication Featured in Ink Link’s April Financial Literacy Column   I love coffee.  It is my favorite way to wake up in the morning, and most recently, it has also become my favorite post-lunch drink.  I feel so much more focused and productive when I have a cup of […]

Importance of Saving

James and chair and kitten

By: James Kelly, MFF Student Recently I bought an office chair. I say I, but in reality, it was my parents. It’s nice to have someone else buying things for you, but that will not always be an option. One skill that could help you with that is budgeting. A budget is a financial plan […]

MFF Economic Outlook: 4/15/20

Outlook 4-15

Written by: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management; MFF Visiting Scholar April 15, 2020 With over two million confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, and the United States (U.S.) quickly approaching thirty thousand deaths as Americans are still digesting the loss of twenty thousand, the world is in a complete state of […]

MFF Economic Outlook: 4/8/20

Written by: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management; MFF Visiting Scholar April 8, 2020 As COVID-19 continues to spread and paralyze economies across the world, global leaders are certainly not immune. Great Britain’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson is currently checked into the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of a local hospital in […]