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Do you have a question about Money Management International? Read from our list of frequently asked questions.


Money Management International (MMI) understands that every person is unique. That is why we offer a wide variety of credit & budgeting tools and financial information in a number of formats. Whether you want to read about budgeting, compare loan terms with a calculator, or watch a video about saving, we have a resource for you. To find the topic you’re looking for, in the format you’re most comfortable with, use the navigation bar above.

Budgeting Resources

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Like race car drivers, people who focus too much attention on “hitting the wall” often find themselves in the position they feared most. The same can be said about focusing too much on debt and other obstacles hindering financial success. Instead of focusing too much on the possibility of failure or “hitting the wall,” concentrate on reaching financial freedom.

If you have multiple loan options, shopping for the best and cheapest loan can be complicated, and there are many different factors you’ll have to consider.

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The complex nature of our turbulent economy leaves many consumers feeling confused and powerless. While it’s important for consumers to try to understand what’s going on in our national economy, it is even more important that they empower themselves to take good care of their personal economies – their monthly income, expenses, and investments.
Today’s uncertain economic environment has left many Americans feeling unstable. A strong majority feel their family is affected by the current economic conditions. Taking steps to better your overall financial well-being is more important than ever.
Posted in: Economy, Loans & Credit
This lesson addresses the issue of credit, focusing on the importance of wise credit decisions, the risks lenders face, the role of interest or finance charges, and the credit user's responsibility to repay. Students read Mr. Popper's Penguins and discuss the use of credit in the story. They play a game that demonstrates the importance of responsible use of credit.
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