Presentation on theme: "What will you do with YOUR $1,000,000+ ?? Estimated Lifetime Earnings n High school diploma - $1.2 million n Associate’s degree - $1.6 million n Bachelor’s."— Presentation transcript:
Estimated Lifetime Earnings n High school diploma - $1.2 million n Associate’s degree - $1.6 million n Bachelor’s degree - $2.1 million n Master’s degree - $2.5 million n Doctoral degree - $3.4 million n Professional degree - $4.4 million Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Surveys, March 1998, 1999, and 2000
Financial Fitness A national Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) youth peer education program that involves youth teaching one another how to make, save and spend money wisely.
Financial Fitness Goals Inform and inspire teens to sharpen their skills in money management, consumerism, and financial planning. Create a national network of young people who use teen-to-teen communications to share information. To provide teenagers with an opportunity to develop communication and leadership skills by being peer educators.
Why Get Involved? Take the lead. Build financial know-how. Make a positive difference. Learn skills. Take action. Have fun!
Financial Fitness Steps 1. Learn 2. Investigate 3. Work with Others 4.Create a Project 5. Evaluate, Share, and Report Results
Banking Basics Conquer bank accounts, credit, and investments