NH Non-profit Featured in NH Magazine

By: Emily Goulet, MFF Director of Communications Granite State Ambassadors is a NH non-profit organization with close ties to Morgan Franklin Fellowship (MFF).  Judi Window, MFF’s Executive Director, founded Granite State Ambassadors alongside Peter Morgan, MFF’s Founder, and Bill Petersen, 25 years ago.  GSA is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and the organization was […]

Course Offerings from MFF’s Economics of Investing Curriculum

By: Tori Berube, MFF Director of Marketing and Outreach Are you considering making your first investment? If so, it’s important for you as an investor to understand some of the basic concepts and principles of economics and MFF’s Economics of Investing curriculum will get you started! Our three courses, “Basics of Economics,” “Types of Investments,” and “Investment […]

MFF Celebrates Financial Literacy Month in April

By: Tori Berube, MFF Director of Marketing and Outreach For two decades, the United States celebrates Financial Literacy Month during the month of April.  The effort, designed to “raise awareness about the importance of financial literacy and the need for effective financial education” brings together entities from the nonprofit, for profit and government sectors to […]

Time in the Market vs Market Timing

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations This past year has seen millions of new people open investing accounts as retail investors. It has become very popular for people to participate in investing and specifically day trading via gamified trading applications. Gambling and risk taking are fun and exciting. This is especially the case during […]

Beginning Anew – Martha’s Story

It has been quite a busy few months for one of our newest MFF Fellows, Martha Lusk. Martha, a resident of Venice, FL, became an MFF Fellow in the winter of 2020 by completing our Standards of Financial Literacy ISFL) course. In June 2020, she became the Secretary and Treasurer of Venice Asset Group LLC, […]

Spending… Never a fun thing to think about

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations Cutting spending is the point that finance people in the world of money belabor. It is an easy target, and there is usually some cost that can be trimmed. This is never a fun activity or discussion, but it is an important part of keeping your finances in […]

Making the Big Money Decisions

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations Recently, I came across an infographic on LinkedIn that resonated with me. The focus was on the big wins or where the big money will be over the course of your life. In much of the money advice that is perpetuated out there, it is often focused on […]

Back-to-Basics: Improving Your Financial Capability

Does thinking about your personal finances overwhelm you? Make you nervous? Anxious? Are you ready to push the reset button and make a plan to improve your financial picture? Knowing that knowledge is power, listen in as we talk about credit scores, credit reports and emergency funds. This knowledge will help you keep your finances […]

Congratulations to MFF Board Member Karen Butz Webb!

By Tori Berube, Director of Marketing and Outreach The work we do at Morgan Franklin Fellowship (MFF) is funded through Morgan Legacy Partners (MLP), a real estate investment company. MLP is focused on investing in the future by building financial independence through education, growth, diversity and perpetuity. We are proud to share the news of Karen Butz Webb, a member […]