The NFEC Welcomes Max Jaffe to the Personal Finance Speakers Association as a Featured Speaker

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The National Financial Educators Council welcomes Max Jaffe to the Personal Finance Speakers Association as Featured Financial Education Speaker.

The National Financial Educators Council welcomes Max Jaffe to the Personal Finance Speakers Association as Featured Speaker. The Association brings those that represent the best practices in the field of personal finance to provide presentations, keynote addresses and training to organizations seeking to raise awareness and improve the financial abilities of those they serve.

For several years Max Jaffe served on the board of the Texas Jumpstart Coalition, an association advocating financial literacy in schools. Jaffee states, “Our society severely lacks the necessary personal financial skills; they aren’t taught in schools or at the dining room table at home. That’s why 95% of Americans are in the dire financial situation they’re in.”

“The NFEC is excited to welcome Max Jaffe to the Personal Finance Speakers Association. He has demonstrated his expertise as an educator by holding workshops to employees at more than 25 Fortune 500 companies and his commitment to the financial literacy movement,” states Vince Shorb of the National Financial Educators Council.

All featured financial literacy speakers must graduate the NFEC’s Certified Financial Education Instructor professional development course prior to conducting their first event. Their experience combined with a comprehensive Certification course and testing ensures the instructors are capable of delivering practical lessons while entertaining the audience.
At the age of eight, Max’s father lost his business and at that point Max began a lifelong quest to learn about money, and loves to teach those principles and is proud to be involved with the NFEC. He holds a patent on a personal budgeting system.

“I help people be proactive in their spending so they can keep more of the money they make. It’s important that individuals get their day-to-day cash flow under control and understand how the economy works so they can make sound financial decisions. Being enlightened with this information, they’ll be able to pay off debt and save for retirement,” states Max Jaffe.

The National Financial Educators Council, a financial education company, provides comprehensive solutions for groups seeking to develop money management programs. The NFEC teams up with finance speakers to support the financial literacy industry and to promote the financial literacy movement.

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