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 […]

Top 5 things you can start today for financial literacy

By: Emily Goulet, MFF Director of Communication Featured in Ink Link’s April Financial Literacy Column If you have found that you have more free time lately, and are looking for something to do, here are some suggestions for you! We have put together 5 suggested tasks that you can start today. These tasks can help […]

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 Morgan handed me this book on real estate investing, my instinctive question was “ I […]

Book Club: Rich Dad, But Not Just The Book!

Liam and Andy Deselle

by Liam Deselle Life lessons, financial literacy, assets and liabilities, things they don’t teach you in school. MFF Pioneer Fellow, Liam, knows he has a “rich dad.” His Dad, Andy, mentors him through life lessons, his financial studies at Morgan Franklin Fellowship and through sports and other activities, including reading. Thanks Rich Dad!

Which Path Will You Choose? An MFF Book Club Recommendation

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

MFF BOOK CLUB REVIEW – The book Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki is a phenomenal book that is not only very informative, but also very easy to understand. Robert Kiyosaki was influenced heavily by both his “Rich Dad” (his friend’s father who became one the richest men in Hawaii), and “Poor Dad” (his biological […]