Listen to one student’s experience with the Princeton Review SAT 1400+ Course as he talks about the pros and cons and reveals whether or not the program worked. Then, decide if the investment is the right path for you.
Teaching to Give
There are different ways to teach children about charity. Engaging your rising generation in philanthropy is a great way to pass on your values, deepen family relationships and help them connect with their community.
Making an Impact with a Social Enterprise – Old Skool Café
Old Skool Café is a social enterprise started by Teresa Goines. It is a youth run supper club focused on giving youth a second chance. In this podcast, not only will you learn about an impactful organization, but you will also learn what it takes to start your own nonprofit.
Navigating the College Planning Process
With thousands of colleges to choose from, selecting a school that is the right fit can feel overwhelming. Ensuring you understand the admissions process is critical to getting into your top choice schools. Then, finding ways to maximize your scholarship opportunities minimizes stress over the increasing costs. In this podcast series, hear what Karin Moffitt, an experienced private college counselor, has to say to help you navigate through the college planning process!
TFO Phoenix Personal Money Stories: Keep Investing Simple but Smart
Chuck Carroll, TFO Phoenix’s Chief Investment Officer, describes why effective investing isn’t as complicated or intimidating as it might seem. Simple actions like understanding your purpose, diversifying, controlling your costs, and managing your behavior can go a long way toward creating a successful investment experience.
Crack the Code on Credit Scores
Director of TFO Life Academy Kim Llumiquinga breaks down the factors utilized to calculate credit scores and the actions that have the greatest impact. She reminds us that maintaining a high credit score is essential to good financial health and can have long-term benefits.
Save Early and Save Often
TFO Phoenix team members Brittany Genzale and Connor Humphrey explain how making the sacrifice to invest in your retirement early on may help put you on a path to financial security as you benefit from the impactful power of compounding.
Budgeting and Planning Lead to Financial Freedom
TFO Phoenix team members Tabitha Daly and David Bloom discuss the benefits of budgeting and how having a plan for spending allows for better decisions and reduces financial stress.
Ins and Outs of Internships
An internship is a period of work experience offered by an organization for a limited period of time. Danielle is a senior at ASU. She has had several internships including one here at TFO. Danielle will explain how she prepared for her internships, why she finds them invaluable and what she learned from her experiences.
Creating Your Digital Footprint
Katey McPherson has spoken at numerous national conferences with an expertise in the areas of digital citizenship, social media responsibility, screen time impact and child development. Be smart with your social media platform; learn how to use it to promote yourself and use it as an asset.
Digital Candy and Vegetables
Katey MacPherson has spoken at numerous national conferences with an expertise in the areas of digital citizenship, social media responsibility, screen time impact and child development. What I learned from her is that all screen time is not bad screen time.