Who are We? Financial Security for All Community of Practice

The Who are We? blog post series will showcase each of the five Communities of Practice within the Child and Family Learning Network.

As one of the five Communities of Practice that make up the eXtension.org Child and Family Learning Network, the Financial Security for All Community of Practice (FSFA CoP) is a community of Cooperative Extension family economics professionals who provide research-based information about personal finance topics to help people manage their money successfully and improve their lives.

We engage and empower people to become capable to earn, save and invest, protect, spend, and borrow to build financial well-being across the life span. Sounds good, but what does that mean?

It means that we help people:

  • Spend less than earnings
  • Plan for tomorrow while keeping pace with day-to-day needs
  • Save and invest regularly
  • Protect financial identity
  • Understand health insurance
  • Avoid excess debt
  • Improve credit worthiness

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