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The S&P 500, one of the most commonly traded indices on the stock exchange, holds 500 leading publicly traded companies. Collectively, these companies make up over 5,500 board members.  Only 4% of these members are black women. 

WE STILL HAVE WORK TO DO! 

What Our Girls Learn

Our Financial and Economic Literacy Program teaches girls the alliance between business, economics, and finance even when these areas are not of particular interest. Students are graduating with a surplus of debt, bad credit sets back financial growth and good credit is not sufficiently leveraged. 

  • The foundation of finance and economics

  • The foundation of business

  • The effects of taxation

  • Employee vs Employer 

  • Defining leverage, when and how to use it

  • Learning the utility of personal and business credit

  • The effects of student debt

  • Investing education

Be our guest and attend a FREE workshop. Start today in building a healthy financial future. 

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Why is Financial Literacy Important

  • Over 54% of undergraduate college graduates have large student debt.

  • 7 in 10 college students damage their credit immediately after or by graduation.

  • Over 60% of adults don't start investing in a retirement plan until after 30 years of age or not at all.

  • The average age of a first-time home buyer is 33.

  • The largest spending allocation of income is TAXES.

  • Over 60% of college students graduate with over $1,000 saved AND 40% graduate with less than $100 in savings.

  • 90% of American billionaires are self-made

  • Only 13% of billionaires in the US are women.

  • You need at least $1 million to be a top 10% income earner.

 

 

WE NEED ECONOMIC CHANGE

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Boss Girl, Inc.

Email: info@bossgirl.org

Phone: 404-267-6637

2400 Herodian Way SE, Suite 220 

Smyrna, GA 30080