We'd like to get to know you better

Whether you describe yourself as a frugal shopper, money saving mom, consumer crusader, budget blogger, personal finance pundit, creditor, or client, we would like to get to know you better. In addition to this blog, there are a few other ways we can keep the conversation about money management moving.

Twitter. Twitter is a service for people to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? Money Management International’s tweets focus on providing useful information, fun facts, and advice to help you manage your money on a day to day basis. Follow us at: Twitter.com/MoneyManagement.

Facebook. Facebook’s goal is make the world more open and connected. Millions of people use Facebook everyday to share information. Did you know that you can become a fan of Money Management International? While on Facebook, also consider adding Money Management International as a friend.

Online Newsletter. On the homepage of MoneyManagement.org, you can sign up for our newsletter and receive weekly educational tips for balancing your budget, making ends meet, and achieving your financial goals. Click here for a sample newsletter.

By the way, thanks so much for reading the blog! What can I do to get you to comment more?? I know you’re out there with something important to add…

Kim McGrigg is the former Manager of Community and Media Relations for MMI.

  • The Consumer Federation of America (CFA) is an association of nonprofit consumer organizations that was established in 1968 to advance the consumer interest through research, advocacy, and education. Today, nearly 300 of these groups participate in the federation and govern it through their representatives on the organization's Board of Directors.
  • The National Council of Higher Education Resources (NCHER) is the nation’s oldest and largest higher education finance trade association. NCHER’s membership includes state, nonprofit, and for-profit higher education service organizations, including lenders, servicers, guaranty agencies, collection agencies, financial literacy providers, and schools, interested and involved in increasing college access and success. It assists its members in shaping policies governing federal and private student loan and state grant programs on behalf of students, parents, borrowers, and families.

  • Since 2007, the Homeownership Preservation Foundation (HPF) has served as a trusted, neutral source of information for more than eight million homeowners. They are partnered with, and endorsed by, numerous major government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of the Treasury.

  • The mission of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all. HUD works to strengthen the housing market in order to bolster the economy and protect consumers; meet the need for quality affordable rental homes; utilize housing as a platform for improving quality of life; and build inclusive and sustainable communities free from discrimination.

  • The Council on Accreditation (COA) is an international, independent, nonprofit, human service accrediting organization. Their mission is to partner with human service organizations worldwide to improve service delivery outcomes by developing, applying, and promoting accreditation standards.

  • The National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC®), founded in 1951, is the nation’s largest and longest-serving nonprofit financial counseling organization. The NFCC’s mission is to promote the national agenda for financially responsible behavior, and build capacity for its members to deliver the highest-quality financial education and counseling services.