We help young people become money literate by providing them with simple, accessible, and digestible financial information so they can feel confident with their cash.
1-on-1 financial and money management counseling for people looking for a little personal help.
Our Education and Literacy program offers financial workshops for community and youth service providers.
We believe looking after your health should be as simple and straightforward as possible, so this means making products that fit easily into your life.
Navigate the college application, FAFSA assistance, and get help figuring out resources to pay for college.
We contextualize the modern financial world within youth culture of today.
They shouldn’t be, right! Having a good understanding of the modern financial world puts young people in the best position to stack their cash and make informed decisions to secure their financial future.
Our focus is to provide them with information in a simple and easily understandable way to give them the best chance for a stable and prosperous future.
As financial counselors, we’ve seen first-hand how the majority of finance programs are geared towards adults, increasing income, and making assumptions based on cultural biases ignoring the diversity of individuals.
We thought it was time to crash this party, so we developed a system that facilitates a long-term solution for youth in financial literacy and money management.
For many young people, financial advice isn’t usually something that’s on their radar. However, the amount of debt they are in is scary to say the least!
By getting to grips with the fundamentals of finance, you can make sure you don’t end up being part of these stats!
WANT TO CLEAR OUT YOUR DEBT?
57% of millennials have at least $10k of student loan debt with no idea how to pay it off.
Looking for a secure financial future?
62% of millennials live paycheck to paycheck, more than any other age demographic.
Facing a credit card dilemma?
Currently, Generation Z has 41% more credit card debt than their millenial counterparts.
Finance on easy terms
77 million Americans have debt in collections and misinformed youth believe it benefits them to keep balances on their credit cards.