(A) How Money Works eLearning – Master Class Part 1 Online
How Money Works eLearning – Encounter the realities and concepts for a financial foundation with our class that covers in depth core material from our book, “How Money Works, Stop Being a Sucker.”
Course Time 2 Hours – Includes Debt Freedom eBook, a Debt Analysis, a Debt To Wealth Report and One Year Access to this Course.
The How Money Works eLearning – Master Class Part 1 eLearning course delivers real world financial management concepts that increase the literacy of middle class adults. The quizzes provide a pathway for students to see progress and the online format means that students work at their own pace.
This course is about personal financial management. In this interactive multimedia course, designed to help you come to grips with your personal finances.
What Will You Learn
How to manage your money, budget, interest and savings, and debt successfully.
- The Economic Crisis of Financial Literacy
- Think Like the Wealthy
- Sucker Cycle
- Compound Interest
- Time Value of Money
- Million Dollar Baby
- The Rule of 72
- Review of Part 2
The How Money Works eLearning course is created to help students in all generations get inspired to explore and discover creative ideas to manage their personal finances. This course delivers clear and detailed information during each lesson to ensure that students can acquire and turn knowledge into practice easily.
Who is this Course for ? Working Class Generation Z, Generation X, Millennials and Baby Boomers.
Betterment Inc. is on a mission to help America close it’s wealth gap. Working with employers we provide financial wellness solutions that level the financial literacy playing field between working class adults and financial institutions. We teach people who live on Main Street, how to manage their finances like people who work on Wall Street, one individual, one family or one small business owner at a time.
How Money Works – Master Class Part 1
Includes 2 Hour Master Class Part 1 eLearning course, Debt Freedom eBook, a Debt Analysis and a Debt To Wealth Report.