It includes basics like budgeting, setting financial goals, saving for the future, and getting out of debt, among other areas of study.
Kissimmee, FL (PRWEB) August 4, 2010
A video entitled “Organizing My Financial Drawer” has been released by InCharge Education Foundation to make consumers aware of its free personal finance course, “Mind Your Finances.” The video was originally submitted for the 2010 “Be In Charge of Your Debt” contest in which consumers prepared and submitted videos describing what they learned from the online course and how they plan to apply the lessons in the future (see video). It is now being used as a tool to help people understand how Mind Your Finances can benefit them. The 12-module e-learning credit and money management certification program is an excellent educational overview for anyone interested in learning how to more effectively handle their financial resources.
The very popular Mind Your Finances course can be accessed at http://www.InCharge.org. It includes basics like budgeting, setting financial goals, saving for the future, and getting out of debt, among other areas of study.
ICEF is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational products, services and research supporting the personal financial literacy of consumers across America. It is affiliated with InCharge® Debt Solutions, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization specializing in personal finance education and credit counseling.
About InCharge® Education Foundation
InCharge® Education Foundation, Inc., publishes Military Money® magazine, offers “Mind Your Finances,” and provides financial literacy education to clients and the general public. InCharge® Debt Solutions provides professional credit counseling and financial education services to consumers and is a member of the Association of Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Agencies (AICCCA). Consumers can access InCharge Debt Solutions credit counseling services for free by calling 1-888-360-9694 or online at http://www.InCharge.org.