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 called TurboTax which... Read more
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 are doing well have... Read more
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, at least for me, is... Read more
By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations May 13, 2020 The job market is becoming tight and competitive. As of May 8, 2020, 20.5 million people in the U.S. have filed for unemployment. This means that 14.7% of the U.S. population is currently unemployed. In... Read more
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... Read more
Featured in Ink Link’s April Financial Literacy Column No matter what we do for work, school, play etc, it’s hard to make it through life without handling money in some capacity. In this time of chaos and uncertainty, it is more important than ever to focus on... Read more
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