The AFCPE Blog is designed to provide new and insightful personal finance information for financial professionals – information that can be shared with both clients and consumers and provides new insights into education and practice.
In my recent article published in the Journal of Financial Counseling & Planning (JFCP), I went back to education—in my opinion, the very foundation of how we function—and I endeavored to answer the question: Does basic financial education increase knowledge for men within two years of release in a work-release program?
Interview with Madeleine Greene, AFC®, CFCS®, AFCPE® Member
Interview with Ryan Law, AFC®, AFCPE® Member, Current AFCPE Treasurer
FEMA and the AFCPE® are working together to develop a training program for financial professionals that will help them to prepare their clients for emergencies. Setting up a small savings account to set aside money every month will be useful in any kind of emergency.
Military, Budget, Saving, Financial Education
Times of separation are hard on a family and relationships in many ways. One of the most challenging aspects of separation is how to handle the finances – how to budget and continue to make progress toward your financial goals.