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 become financially... Read more
A Lifelong Love of Learning – MFF Two Minute Tuesday MFF Two Minute Tuesday – September 15, 2020 2 Minute Tuesday is a short conversation with Judi Window about her life long love of learning, how to apply what you are doing now with who you might become.... Read more
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... Read more
On August 25th, Sarah Beals gave a comprehensive presentation on Quickbooks for our MFF August Lunch & Learn. She did a wonderful job presenting! Thank you to both Sarah and Michelle Demirjian for their work on this. The presentation slides... Read more
Everything that shapes and grows MFF is inspired by the journey of one individual, and sending that individual – or starfish – down the right path. Founder Peter Morgan believes that author Loren Eiseley’s short story below perfectly demonstrates the passion behind... Read more
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 of money would grow,... Read more
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