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What We Offer

The program offers a range of services, including financial coaching, investment planning, debt management, and retirement planning. Participants can access personalized financial advice and guidance, as well as online resources, webinars, and workshops.


In the Wealth Builders Program, "K-12" refers to the primary and secondary education system in the United States, which includes kindergarten through 12th grade. The program may emphasize the importance of investing in education and ensuring that children receive a quality education throughout their K-12 years as a way to build long-term wealth and success.


The employees who work in educational institutions, such as teachers, administrators, counselors, and support staff. The program may recognize the important role that school staff members play in shaping the educational experience and outcomes for students. It may encourage individuals to consider careers in education and provide resources.


Parents refer to individuals who have children and are responsible for their upbringing and well-being. The program may recognize the important role that parents play in shaping their children's future and building long-term wealth and success. It may provide resources and support for parents, such as financial education and coaching, parenting classes, and access to community resources.


The connection and interaction between individuals and their banks or financial institutions. The program may emphasize the importance of establishing a positive and productive bank relationship as a way to build long-term financial stability and wealth. This could involve strategies such as opening and maintaining a bank account, using credit and loans responsibly, and building a positive credit history.

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