Money Management Basics
Adulting is hard. The Real World can be a harsh wakeup call.
Especially when you get your first paycheck and realize it's not as big as you thought it would be!
Or you get your first student loan bill and see how big of your monthly paycheck it is.
Or when you go to buy your first car and realize your credit score isn't high enough.
We talk a lot about the emotions, habits, and behaviors of money, but Money Fundamentals are the foundation!
What does it take to become Financially Independent?
Money management basics include skills like banking, paying taxes, understanding loans, and building your credit, are the foundation for living an independent life with money.
This Level of Money Club teaches you how important personal finance tools work, and how you can best use them to reach your financial independence. It's all about working smarter, not harder!
Why open a bank account
What You Need
How to Do it
What to Look for in a Bank
Paychecks & Taxes
Employee vs. Contractor
How to Read a Paycheck
How Your Taxes Work
Questions to Ask When you Get Hired
Checks & Digital Currency
How to Write a Check
Different Ways to Pay
Use Venmo & Apple Pay
How to Pay Bills Online
Credit & Loans
How Credit Cards Work
Good vs Bad loans
How to Get a Loan
Costs of a Loan
How to Avoid Scams
What's in Money Fundamentals?
Learn the rules of the game
The money game has its rules -- interest, credit scores, fees, tax tricks etc...
Everyone will learn them one way or another. Let's make sure our young adults learn it before it costs them!
Check out our mini-course Money Fundamentals, which covers all of the essential money management basics, and use the code financialintelligence for free access.
We made this for parents, teachers, and mentors of all different varieties, so that money management basics are within reach. This information is too important for every kid not to have access to it. Use it as you need!