AMBCC Money Smart Programs

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Financial education fosters financial stability for individuals, families, and entire communities. The more people know about credit and banking services, the more likely they are to increase savings, buy homes, and improve their financial health and well being.
The AMBCC is offering the Money Smart curriculum with others community partners.

It is our goal to deliver financial education and appropriate financial services to everyone, including individuals who may not have a relationship with an insured depository institution

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AMBCC Money Smart Programs

  1. 1. Atlanta Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce PresentsMoney Smart (Businesses, Employees and Families
  2. 2. Fiscal Education Financial education fosters financial stability for individuals, families, and entire communities. The more people know about credit and banking services, the more likely they are to increase savings, buy homes, and improve their financial health and well being. The AMBCC is offering the Money Smart curriculum with others community partners. It is our goal to deliver financial education and appropriate financial services to everyone, including individuals who may not have a relationship with an insured depository institution
  3. 3. AMBCC Financial Services Collaborative Network SBA  The AMBCC Financial Services Collaborative Credit Unions FDIC Networks have a vested interest in the issues, (2) projects, and/or policies tasked by the committee.  The Financial Service advisory board consists primarily of financial service institutions, lenders National and advisors.Micro Lenders Association of (3) Black FINANCIAL Accounts  The Financial Service advisory board has SERVICES developed an influential network of industry decision makers that are focused on establishing key business, community and governmental Banking relationships. Atlanta Federal Institution Reserve (5)  The Financial Service advisory board’s programs specifically address critical issues impacting wealth Financial disparities within underserved communities. Advisors IRS (5)
  4. 4. Financial Services Collaborative Network Partners CAU Economic Development Center
  5. 5. AMBCC Financial Services Team
  6. 6. Money Smart CoursesAtlanta Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce’s Women’s League PROJECTS
  7. 7. Money Smart for Small Business The 10 Money Smart for Small Business Training Modules It starts with the core curriculum—10 modules presenting introductory information on running a small business from a financial standpoint. Organization Types Advantages and disadvantages of business structure Time Management Steps on effective use of time Financial Management Appropriate allocation of resources Record Keeping Critical Management Tools Banking Services Available for Small Businesses Understanding the value for Small Businesses Credit Reporting Demystified Risk Management Be prepared for Negative Outcomes Insurance Planning for the Unexpected Tax Planning and Reporting Understanding the details Selling a Small Business and Succession Planning Exit Strategies
  8. 8. White House Small Business Agenda and Special Report | Impossible DreamsSmall businesses are the engine of the American economy, having created 64 percent of new American privatesector jobs generated in the past 15 years—that’s 40 million net new jobs according to the Council of EconomicAdvisers. Recognizing this critical role that small businesses play in the U.S. economy, President Obama iscommitted to ensuring that small businesses continue to receive the tools and resources they need to address thechallenges they face. These initiatives offer support to small businesses so they are able to bring the powerof their ideas to the marketplace in ways that can catalyze and transform our economy, creating jobs through newinnovations in products and services..
  9. 9. Money Smart for Adults The 11 Money Smart for Adults Training Modules If taught in their entirety, each module takes between 1-2 hours of classroom time to teach. However, the content is layered so that it can be taught in two (or more parts). Bank on It an introduction to bank services Borrowing Basics an introduction to credit Check It Out how to choose and keep a checking account Money Matters how to keep track of your money Pay Yourself First why you should save, save, save Financial Recovery how to recover financially and rebuild your credit after a financial- setback Keep It Safe your rights as a consumer To Your Credit how your credit history will affect your credit future Charge It Right how to make a credit card work for you Loan To Own know what youre borrowing before you buy Your Own Home what home ownership is all about
  10. 10. Money Smart for Youth The 8 Money Smart for Young Adults Training Modules If taught in their entirety, each module takes between 90-110 minutes of classroom time to teach. However, the content is layered so that it can be taught in two (or more parts). A layering matrix table appears in the instructor guide for each module to provide a break-down of topics, subtopics, target audience, and activities for the module. Bank on It an introduction to bank services Check It Out how to choose and keep a checking account Setting Financial Goals Money Management Pay Yourself First why you should save, save, save Borrowing Basics an introduction to credit Charge It Right how to make a credit card work for you Paying for College and Cars Installment Loans (i.e. car and student)Launch Date A Roof Over Your Head informed decisions on apartments and mortgages 9/15/12
  11. 11. Industry Peer Groups Industry Peer Learning Upon the completion of the Money Smart Program, Participates will be assisted to industry specific peer groups and will meet regularly to connect with industry leaders for support and resources to support their business goals Times and Dates • 1st Fridays 9:30am-11:00 • 3rd Saturdays 11:30am-1:00pm • Industry Briefings and Webinars (Vary)
  12. 12. Money Smart Locations
  13. 13. Targeted Communities-Metro Region 30078 30047 3003930318 30021 30088 30314 30311 30058 30331 30034 30038 30344 30337
  14. 14. Targeted Communities-Metro Region • Atlanta Job Corp (30314) • Clark Atlanta University/Woodruff Library • Atlanta Workforce Development • East Point Public Library • Wesley Chapel Public Library • Centerville Public Library • Godbee Road Community Center • Dekalb Technical College • Southwest Branch (30331)
  15. 15. Statewide Focus- Awareness Campaign • Albany Region • Atlanta Region • Athens-Clark Region • Augusta (CSRA) • Columbus Region • Macon Region • Rome Region • Savannah Region
  16. 16. Money Smart Program BudgetKids MS Workshops Rental Space25 participants 12-18 sessions2012-13 2012-13Young Adult Workshops25 participates2012-13 Box Lunch Adult Workshops 15-25 participants 100 participants 12-18 sessions 2012-13 2012-13 Marketing Materials Course Materials (Free) Business Cards/Flyers SB Workshops Supplies 150 participants 15-25 participants 2012-13 12-18 sessions Traditional/Online Ads 2012-13 Honorariums
  17. 17. Financial Service Calendar JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC Day Money Smart Money Smart Money Smart Meetings and Peer Small Business Adults Groups/Theme Youth/Young Adults 9:30am October 2012 August 2012 Sept 15, 2012 August Money Smart SB Money Smart Adults Money Smart for Kids FSC Meeting AM January 2013 Oct . 20, 2012 September 2012 November11:30am Money Smart SB Nov 17, 2012Money Activity Money Smart Adults Smart for Kids FSC Meeting April 2013 November 2012 Feb. 16-23, February 1:30am 2012National Money Smart SB Money Smart Adults Activity Activity FSC Meeting Entrepreneur Week PM December 2012 Feb. 16-23, May July 2013 2012National 6:30am Money Smart SB Money Smart Adults Entrepreneur Week FSC Meeting
  18. 18. Contact Information Chairperson Atlanta Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce Financial Services (770) 374-6226 connect@ambcc.org Visit us on Facebook

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