Category: Student Loans

  • Penny Forward on What’s the Matter With Kids Today tonight Jan 23 8pm ET

    Have questions on starting a family? How much does it cost? How do I afford transportation? When do I start saving for my child’s college? Should my child start working? Is allowance a good idea? When do I open bank accounts for my children? Should I be contributing to my retirement while raising a family? […]

  • From the CFPB: Register today for free step-by-step workshop on applying for PSLF

    Do you work in public service such as a government agency (federal, U.S. Military, state, local, or tribal) or certain non-profit organizations? If you work in public service and you have student loans, you do not want to miss this webinar.¬† Join the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as we host Part 2 in our PSLF…

  • Penny Forward Launches Innovative Online Credit Course For The Blind

    Minneapolis, MN ‚Äď At a time of rising interest rates and economic uncertainty for millions of Americans, a Minnesota-based non-profit corporation, Penny Forward Inc, has expanded their innovative online financial education platform to include a brand-new online course designed to provide an introduction to credit reports to more than seven million Americans who are blind…

  • Penny Forward Announces Amazon Gift Card Winners

    In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, Members who signed up to join Penny Forward‚Äôs innovative online community in April were entered into drawings to win one of two Amazon gift cards. Members who signed up for a $9 monthly membership were entered into a drawing to win a $25 Amazon gift card. Members who signed…

  • Penny Forward Celebrates Financial Literacy Month

    Are you ready for Spring? Penny Forward wants to help you spruce up your finances by joining our innovative online community. Get access to our fully accessible online courses, members-only Zoom chats, and access to one to one coaching, all for just $9 a month or $99 a year. And, to celebrate Financial Literacy Month,…

  • All About Credit Reputation

    It‚Äôs common for people to resolve to start something new that improves their life at the beginning of a new year. In our December Financial Sense¬Ę call, we asked our students to tell us about their New Years resolutions for 2022. We‚Äôll be covering some of their most common responses, and ways to achieve them,…