The Financial Literacy Institute, Inc.

The Financial Literacy Institute, Inc. (TFLI), our firm’s 501(3) non-profit organization, was developed to provide educational resoThe Financial Literacy Institute, Inc. (TFLI), a 501(3) non-profit organization, was developed to provide educational programs and resources to globally increase financial literacy in underserved and underprivileged communities. TFLI delivers high quality financial education and offers exceptional flexibility, accessibility and affordability to any individual striving to better their lives and improve their financial health. From budgeting to credit to taxes to life insurance to health insurance to retirement planning to estate planning and the overall importance of financial literacy, TFLI develops and presents courses, events, and programs targeted at each facet of financial literacy to ensure that its members master the concepts of each facet and make real-life applications using the resources provided.

Our Classes

TFLI’s 100% online format gives our members the ability to study around your work and family life. If you travel frequently, don’t worry – your classroom can go with you. Combine this flexibility with frequent course additions, and you can become financially literate around the demands of your busy schedule. Course curriculums are strategically created and presented to cover all facets of financial literacy.

TFLI believes that price should not get in the way of your financial education. TFLI’s offers discounted course rates, event tickets, and resources to its members to help ease the financial strain of getting the financial assistance and education you need to become financially literate. Become a member today.

Support the Cause

Through TFLI, we are able to meet our mission of providing educational courses, events, programs, and resources to underserved and underprivileged communities. You can support our mission by making a charitable donation which will support our current initiatives, such as the Black Wall Street: Black Business Expo, the Black Wall Street grant, and in-person financial literacy course presentations to various school districts, communities, and organizations. All contributions are tax-deductible.