Money Talks Edu is a financial service organization that provides enriching resources through strategic community partners, finance experts, and professional development coaches who understand the socio-economic challenges plaguing underserved communities.
Collectively, our mission is to make financial literacy services more accessible to low-income families and individuals.
Financial Services include Life Insurance, Retirement Planning, Tax Preparation, Credit Restoration, Real Estate Acquisition, Personalized Budgeting, and Career Development.
We Are Stock Traders LLC is a community of stock traders who meet to discuss investing strategies and share ideas. As a former Stock Broker at Alexander Capital, Mr. Proctor has extensive experience in helping people who lack an understanding of the financial markets
and showing them how to begin investing.
Ebony Suns Enterprises, LLC is a social enterprise that provides direct service and training for non-profit organizations and schools that serve youth and delivers one-on-one coaching and project management for emerging and established companies that hire or invest in youth.
Our independent insurance agents provide free quotes from many different insurers with just a few pieces of personal information, like your location, age, gender, and basic medical history. No medical exams are required.
For many people, owning a home represent independence and it allow them to leverage equity. Our real estate professionals are here to assist in your journey to homeownership and are ready to introduce you to resources & tools that will get you the keys and deed.
Financial advisors rank #4 in Best Business Jobs. Financial advisors meet with clients to counsel them on their finances, help create budgets, plan for retirement and invest. If you are an aspiring finance professional, we are here to train and get you licensed, build a business and transform lives as many lives as possible through financial literacy.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
1650 Market Street, SUITE 3600, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103, United States
Teens are too young to have bad credit , yet if you don't teach them how to manage their finances when they are young. They will grow up embarrassed and in economic distress, questioning why no one taught them the vital money management skillsets needed to manage their lives.