Changing the meaning of money for millennials.
> To make financial literacy more accessible and comprehensible
> To host workshops and events on a regular basis
> To reach the community outside of campus
> To extend to other universities
> To shift the financial mindset of millennials
Our 3 M's
Shifting the outlook of money for millenials from a short term to a more long term mindset is a core principle of financial literacy. To get over instant gratification and be able to manage money with your future in mind, rather than short term happiness.
Managing your money efficiently is the foundation of building towards financial freedom. Proper money management includes budgeting ahead properly, setting a certain amount aside for emergencies and necessary upcoming purchases, and always being aware of how much money you have. Your money is an extremely valuable asset so you must handle it wisely and make sure the value of your assets multiply over time.
To build wealth, it is important to have your money working for itself, so you will not be working for it forever. Placing your money in investment accounts or in assets that gain value over time, such as real estate, is essential in reaching financial freedom.
Meet the Founders
Kris Sherrod graduated from University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree in Finance in 2018. He took an interest in finance because it allowed him to utilize his gifted mathematical abilities while gaining a deeper understanding for the extreme American obsession of the dollar. Kris feels as though many problems can be solved and people can be aided through financial education. He obtained his NC Life Insurance License in April 2018.
Kris is originally from Raleigh, NC. He is the son of theJames and Marsha Sherrod and has two brothers, Clee and Terez Sherrod.