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  • EIN 80-0056165
  • (734) 469-7150
  • 37735 Enterprise Court Farmington Hills MI 48331 USA

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Printing & Publishing

Mission: To promote financial literacy

Programs: Money management education/certification program

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Herbe M.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 4

i am a father of 10 and a FES Representative. Through out my life money and/or Finance has been a huge part of my life. As a result allot of his information was passed on to my children. Unlike their peers, even relatives, as adults they find themselves far more stable; financially than they are. Homeownership, a budding portfolio for retirement, a plan to pay-off installment debt and so much more.

I'm not sure if I hadn't been in the financial service industry, if my children would be as financially aware as they are. Thus, the importance of such a program. Programs life this one are extremely under rated.

The children are so important to our future in so many ways. How to manage there finances should be at the top of every. It should be required learning, A B C's, 1 2 3, & Money 101. through Master's Program.

Guy's Keep up the good work!

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

The YFL (Youth Financial Literacy Foundation) is an excellent organization committed to delivering to the youth in this country core fundamental financial training that is currently lacking and threats to undermine the financial future of the next generation.

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