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Money Multipliers

Money Multipliers

Money Multipliers is based on the book by Larry Burkett and Todd Martin titled,”The World’s Easiest Pocket Guide to Planning Your First Investment.”

The class begins by exploring reasons to invest. It emphasizes that student’s most important investment is their relationship with God and encourages them to financially support the spread of the gospel through planned giving. From this foundational platform, we move to the differences between saving and investing and the meaning of asset allocation. Students then engage in a practical assessment of their risk tolerance, financial goals, and time horizon for reaching these objectives.

Topics also include a more in-depth look at stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, as well as tax deferral and government incentives for establishing a retirement investment program. Finally, students are given practical tips for participating in employer sponsored plans and starting individual investment accounts.

Lesson 1
Week one of the Money Multipliers series lays out good reasons for investing, as well as poor motives to increase wealth. It describes the difference between investing and saving, and provides an assessment of students’ individual risk tolerance.

Lesson 2
Week two lays out the essential investment strategy of asset allocation and urges students to examine their financial goals and time horizons for reaching these goals in order to come up with their personal investment strategy. It also begins a more in depth look at stocks, the first major category of assets that make up any financial portfolio.

Lesson 3
Bonds and mutual funds are the topics for week three. Class participants learn about various types of bonds and the inverse relationship between interest rates and bond prices. Also covered are fees and sales charges related to mutual funds and a few tips on picking a fund that is likely to facilitate reaching previously stated financial goals.

Lesson 4
Week four pulls everything together by giving information about tax deferral, government incentives for individual and employee-sponsored retirement plans, and final tips on starting an investment account, as well as additional informational resources.

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