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MFF Is All About the Experience

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations WALK YOUR TALK Back in August of 2019, I joined the Morgan Franklin Fellowship Team. It was exciting to be a part of a small team that had a strong mission to provide many with the opportunity to...

Financial Tools: The Pros and Cons of Bank Novo

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations PROS All online Business Checking Account Seamless Account Opening Straightforward App is Simple and Effective   CONS Limited Services No Physical Bank Slow Shipping of Debit Card (Blame Covid)...

Are You Collegebound After July 1, 2021?

By: Tori Berube, MFF Volunteer Are you a high school senior? Are you currently in college? Will you be enrolled in college at least half-time after July 1, 2021? Do you know the U.S.  Department of Education's office of Federal Student Aid...

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...

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...

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...

Trent Remillard’s Summer Capstone

By: Trent Remillard, MFF Fellow and MFF Bookkeeper My name is Trent Remillard. I am a senior in college at Bryant University and a double major in finance and economics. I have been a part of the Morgan Franklin Fellowship program from its early...

It’s Not So Weird Anymore…

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations REMAIN OPEN MINDED AND ADAPT We are living in a weird time where the COVID-19 Pandemic continues to reshape what we would have referred to as normal. Whether we like it or not, things are what they...

MFF’s Namesake: Ben Franklin’s Foresight

Peter Morgan’s appreciation for Benjamin Franklin’s desire to promote civic virtue through the power of compounding interest is why we’re here. Ben Franklin believed that by investing in carefully constructed partnerships, even the smallest sums...

The Importance of Talking About Money

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations MAKE IT REAL It has been shown time and again that talking about your goals with others will help you meet or exceed them. When you share your experience, knowledge, challenges and success with money,...

Financial Tools: The Pros & Cons of Mint

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations WHAT IS MINT? Mint is a great financial tool by Intuit. They are the same company that created Quickbooks which is used by many organizations for bookkeeping and accounting. They also offer a product...

The Journey to Financial Independence

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations EVERYONE HAS TO START SOMEWHERE Often, we look to others and the outward appearance they portray that they have it all figured out. Much of the time, they do not have it all figured out. Those that...

Under the Shade of a Magnolia Tree

By Morgan McKinnon, MFF Fellow Under the shade of a Magnolia Tree sits a worn-down little house now named Magnolia Manor. When walking around the property with some of the Morgan Franklin Fellowship (MFF) team, Mr. Morgan, the organization’s...

Archived Newsletters

Archived Newsletters  June 24, 2020 May 27, 2020 May 13, 2020 May 6, 2020 April 29, 2020 April 22, 2020 April 15, 2020 April 8, 2020 April 1, 2020 March 2020 February 2020 December 2019 November...

MFF Economic Outlook: 6/24/20

Written by: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management; MFF Visiting Scholar June 24, 2020 Since Memorial Day and our last economic outlook, it feels as though a lot has changed and nothing at the same time. A global...

MFF Economic Outlook: 5/27/20

Written by: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management; MFF Visiting Scholar May 27, 2020 Since our last economic outlook on May 13th , the death toll regarding COVID-19 has increased about twenty five percent, as...

Legos and Money: Real Estate

By: Lyndsey Ducharme, MFF Fellow & Mom of Twins When I think about money I always feel anxious, uncomfortable and like I am never ever, ever going to get ahead. In order to tackle a fear or obstacle, figuring out where the fear comes from,...

Lyndsey's Family

MFF Economic Outlook: 5/13/20

Written by: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management; MFF Visiting Scholar May 13, 2020 The United States (U.S.) has now exceeded eighty thousand deaths due to COVID-19, as states continue to reopen in order to...

MFF Economic Outlook: 5/6/20

Written by: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management; MFF Visiting Scholar May 6, 2020 The United States (U.S.) is now at over seventy thousand deaths, with our friends across the pond in the United Kingdom (U.K.)...

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...

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...

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...

Importance of Saving

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...

James and chair and kitten

MFF Economic Outlook: 4/15/20

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...

Outlook 4-15

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...

MFF Economic Outlook: 4/1/20

Written by: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management; MFF Visiting Scholar April 1, 2020 Last week’s $2 trillion emergency stimulus relief bill passed unanimously by the U.S. Senate, the U.S. Federal Reserve’s...

Online Learning with Morgan Franklin Fellowship

During this time of #SocialDistancing and at-home education and learning, Morgan Franklin Fellowship offers tuition-free, online learning, focused on Financial Literacy. Join us at www.morganfranklinfellowship.com. If you are a teacher, advisor...

Judi Window, Executive Director Morgan Franklin Fellowship

Mid Quarter 2020 Economic Outlook

Morgan Franklin Fellowship Foundation  Mid Quarter 2020 Economic Outlook Written by: Elizabeth Salas Evans, President & CCO at Cayena Capital Management  March 12, 2020 Just yesterday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel dismally provided her...

Liz Evans: Outstanding Women in Business Award

Liz Evans: Outstanding Women in Business Award We are very proud of our own Liz Salas Evans, who recently received a prestigious award in Manchester!  Liz, who is President of Cayena Capital Management was honored on February 13th with the 2020...

Inside New York City – On a Budget

Inside New York City - On a Budget By: Kendall Crepeau, MFF Intern It all started on a normal night, catching up with my really good friend, Adam. We were just talking about the usual-music, my recent birthday, really anything that best friends...

ABC’s of Real Estate Investment

ABC’s of Real Estate Investing by Ken McElroy By: Russ Harriger Having seen a review of the book by a Morgan Financial Fellow, I felt compelled to share my thoughts coming from a (well) seasoned property management professional. When Peter...

Interning at MFF: A Summer Adventure

By: Emily Goulet, Director of Students Liz Hart: Summer 2019 Intern What does is it take to be an intern for Morgan Franklin Fellowship?  It takes someone who enjoys fun projects and learning!  Liz Hart, a senior at Portsmouth High School and...

Ella’s School Shopping Spree

By Ella C. - 2019 MFF Fellow This weekend was my trip to Boston. My mother allowed me a five hundred dollar budget with the promise of what I did not spend I was able to keep. This is what I managed to buy! What I noticed while shopping is that...

Ella's School Shopping Spree

Dancing My Way To Financial Success

MFF's "WHAT'S MY PASSION" SERIES: Last summer I went to a summer intensive for three weeks focusing on dance. There I studied ballet, pointe, partnering, modern, dance history, and much more. I learned so much. I also auditioned for the Boston...

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“I’m an MFF Fellow!”

Look who stopped by our Headquarters in Goffstown, NH. It's Ella C! Ella just graduated from the Morgan Franklin Fellowship’s Financial Literacy Course. She is now a “Financial Fellow.” Ella enjoyed a tour of the office was presented with her...

Ella, MFF Fellow, online learning

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