Making Your Financial Goals S.M.A.R.T. in 2021

By: Tori Berube, MFF Director of Marketing & Outreach With the start of the new year, many people reflect on the past year and take the time to set personal goals, including improving their financial health, for the year. Over the past few weeks, we have enjoyed reading what financial goals Americans are setting in […]

Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks

I am by no means a “Spring Chicken,” but as part of the Morgan Franklin Fellowship Foundation (MFF) team, I have learned a few things. When I began working with MFF, I thought I was doing rather well financially speaking. I had the following “under control:” Paid my bills on time Bought things I needed […]

Self Care Practice and Financial Literacy

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 education, and the founder of Wise Women Leadership: an organization that focuses on leadership growth, performance improvement, and business […]

Putting Your Stimulus Check to Work

Stimulus Check

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations Households across the United States have or will see stimulus checks or deposits ranging from $1,200 to $2,400+. As people see these funds hit their accounts, we wanted to share some thoughts on ways that you could put your stimulus money to work. Broadly speaking, there are two […]

Small Business Sustainability during COVID-19 Restrictions

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 education, and the founder of Wise Women Leadership: an organization that focuses on leadership growth, performance improvement, and business […]

Legos and Money: Remote Learning

By: Lyndsey Ducharme, MFF Fellow & Mom of Twins Well It happened. They cancelled school until at least May 4th, and let’s be honest, who is holding their breath that they are going back this year. Talk about a game changer. This turns my world upside down. Our family has been very lucky in this […]

Legos and Money: Money, Family, & Our New World

Lyndsey Ducharme

By: Lyndsey Ducharme, MFF Fellow & Mom of Twins Money has been my least favorite subject, with school following close behind. So how did I end up taking the Financial Literacy course at MFF? This course is the beginning to my family’s new life. In order for my family to move forward with our dreams […]