Operating Agreements Lunch and Learn

On September 29th, Karen Webb shared with us her expertise on Operating Agreements and what you need to know.  Thank you to Karen for sharing her depth and breadth of knowledge with MFF!         A copy of the slides can be found here: Operating Agreement Presentation. We look forward to offering more […]

I Thought I Knew Everything About LinkedIn Until I Attended This Webinar

Tori Berube

By: Tori Berube, MFF Volunteer Have you ever thought you might know everything there is to know about a certain topic (software, platform, etc.)? From time-to-time, I think we all do. Sometimes it is helpful to take a moment and take a “refresher” course on a topic as a way to improve both your personal […]

Financial Tools: The Pros and Cons of Acorns

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations WHAT IS IT? So… You might be wondering, what the heck is Acorns? Basically, it is an investing tool that was designed with behavioral economics in mind. Acorns is an investment tool that makes investing simple, easy and affordable for everyone, especially for those young investors that are […]

A Lifelong Love of Learning

2 Minute Tuesday is a short conversation about a topic related to financial, literacy, investing or entrepreneurship.

Power of “No”

By: Lyndsey Ducharme, MFF Fellow & Mom of Twins “No” is such a strong word. I am discovering it is a very powerful tool when it comes to thinking about money and investing. Not all investment opportunities are right for me and my family, and it’s okay to say no to them. Actually, it’s a […]

History of Insurance

Ancient Times – 1700’s Bottomry/Maritime Insurance The first recorded use of insurance was to make provision for ships and their cargo lost at sea. Bottomry, also known as marine insurance, provided bankers with guarantees against loss as maritime trading increased, and in return, the merchants paid the bankers a fee for this protection. Bottomry was practiced […]