2020: The Year in Review

“We will wish you a happy holiday season and we will look forward to seeing you again in person sometime soon in 2021.” – Peter Morgan, MFF Founder       As this truly unforgettable year draws to a close, Morgan Franklin Fellowship’s founder Peter Morgan continues his annual tradition of updating business partners and […]

An MFF Fellow Continues His Personal Growth

By: Tori Berube, Marketing & Outreach We encourage our MFF Fellows (those who have successfully completed our Standards of Financial Literacy (SFL) curriculum) to continue their personal learning and growth in ways that are meaningful for them as individuals. Parker M. of Spartanburg, SC took this concept and has run with it, as he has […]

Giving the Gift of a Good Book This Holiday Season

By: Tori Berube, MFF Marketing & Outreach As you consider gift giving this holiday season, would you consider giving the gift of a book? Reading a book provides readers, especially in this time of social distancing, with a time to escape, to dream and to learn. As we at Morgan Franklin Fellowship work to provide […]

The Difference: Understanding Accounting & Finance vs Financial Responsibility

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations YOU CAN BE INTELLIGENT AND FINANCIALLY IRRESPONSIBLE There are many people who, generally speaking, are very intelligent or have a working knowledge of Accounting and Finance. What is often not discussed is the difference between knowing Accounting and Finance vs making financially responsible decisions. If you are smart […]

Are Your Student Loans About to Enter Repayment (Again)?

Update: On December 4, 2020, Federal Student Aid announced Federal Direct student loans will not resume repayment until after January 31. 2021. By: Tori Berube, MFF Marketing & Outreach Federal Direct student loans are loans made to student or parent borrowers on behalf of the US Department of Education (ED) and Federal Student Aid (FSA) for loans made on or […]