We created our Finance 101 online course with all the information we wish we knew about finances when we were staring out — from building a livable budget to dipping your toes into the world of investing. If you've ever felt lost or out of control when trying to decide the best way to handle your money, this course is for you.
Financial goal-setting is the key to building wealth. Before you dive into the nitty gritty sections of the course, you'll lay out all your values and goals — for this year and into the future. When do you want to retire? Do you want to buy a house? Do you want to pay off your debt? This module will help you answer these questions and more.
Budgeting is one of the least popular, but most important parts of personal finance. We take the guesswork out of budgeting with our comprehensive budgeting worksheet as well as advice on the best saving methods for your individual circumstances.
If you're in debt, you're not alone. The average American has $38,000 of non-mortgage debt. This module is all about creating a plan to conquer debt — from student loan payments to credit cards.
We break down any mysteries behind credit — what it is, why you need it, and how it’s calculated — as well as give you some actionable steps to start building good credit, whether you're starting from scratch or working on boosting your score.
Investing can seem intimidating upfront, but it's a great way to build your wealth and plan for retirement. We unpack common investment accounts and the pros and cons of each — giving you concrete steps to take if you're ready to start investing.
We know financial education can sometimes make you feel like you've completely f*cked up and there's no way to dig yourself out. This course is different. Wherever you are in your financial journey, you are welcome here.
We built our online course for real people with real questions about money. We know what it's like to graduate with student loan debt up to your eyeballs. We've been in our late twenties with no retirement funds to speak of. We've had unexpected circumstances come up and charged $$$ on our credit cards.
Every financial experience is different. But remember: you're not alone and it's never too late. Build your confidence and take charge of your money. Create a debt plan. Reinvent your budget. Boost your savings. Build your wealth. It all starts here.
The full course is yours for $95 with 12 months of unlimited access starting the day you purchase.
We also recognize that this is an investment, so we're offering a payment plan of 2 monthly payments of $47.50.
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Due to the digital nature of the course content, all sales are final and non-refundable.
If you have questions on if this course is the right fit for you, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to help in any way we can!
The full course content — including videos, text, and fillable worksheets is yours to access for a full year from the purchase date. You'll also have lifetime access to the coursepack with tips and worksheets.
We know life sometimes gets in the way, so single-use course extensions are also available!
After you purchase, you'll receive an email with your account details as well as a link to log in to your course dashboard.
Under your course dashboard, you'll see all the courses you've enrolled in from The Everygirl. You'll be able to start Finance 101 immediately after purchasing.
We worked with Certified Financial Planner, Erica Gellerman, to bring you the most up-to-date and helpful financial information as possible.
Erica has written for our sites, The Everygirl and The Everymom, for years as well as other sites such as Forbes, Business Insider, and Money. She breaks down the financial content in an accessible, non-judgmental way. This course is for anyone, no matter where you're at in your financial journey.
Erica is, and probably always will be, a money nerd. After studying economics in undergrad she went on to get her CPA and work for PricewaterhouseCoopers. She then received her MBA from Duke University and worked in marketing before she and Jordan made the trip across the pond to spend five years living in London. Now she’s a freelance personal finance and travel writer. She’s an avid traveler (50+ countries), loves the outdoors, and once listed “googling things” as her hobby.