College and Legacy Planning for Families Earning $150,000 to $450,000
Ginga Financial was founded by a teacher in 2007 to address financial inequalities between the American public school and college admission process.
GINGA Financial Literacy Inc., is to reduce an eliminate college debt through wealth building strategies and college readiness coaching. Colleges invest in students for the purpose of them becoming an alumni to contribute to their endowment fund. To create a strong social online network of people working together to eliminate college debt and taxes for the purpose of wealth building and legacy planning.
- To Reduce the Amount of College Cost for Parents Earning $150,000 to $450,000
- To Effectively Address Growing Concerns of Rising Student Loan Debt Levels
- To Prepare Students to Use Credit Wisely Through Financial Literacy
- To Address the Lack of Financial Education in High Schools and College Campuses
- Prepare Families to Build and Pass on Generational Wealth
- To Provide Financial Resources and Support for Financially Challenged Family Businesses
- To Provide Financial Education for High School and College Students for the Purpose of Retiring Before Age 40
- To Provide Financial Education for Professionals Seeking to Leave the 9-5 Rat Race
|· In 2007-2008, Ginga Investment Group Inc., started in Boston, Massachusetts teaching Cash Flow 101 board game to high school students in an afterschool Cash Flow club.
· In 2007-2008, High school Cash Flow club members worked with Mel King and the South End Technology Center in Boston to teach community members Cash Flow 101 board game in Boston, Massachusetts.
· In 2008, High school Cash Flow club members worked with Greater Love Tabernacle-Teaching youth members of the church Cash Flow 101 board game in Dorchester, Massachusetts.
· In 2008, College Cash Flow clubs were established at Benjamin Franklin Institute in Boston, MA and Umass Dartmouth in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts.
· In 2008-2009, Ginga Financial Literacy, Inc. worked with the Howard University Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership & Innovation through our mentorship project to provide students from Benjamin Banneker high school mentorship. Benjamin Banneker high school students learned financial literacy through the Cash Flow 101 boardgame in District of Columbia.
· In 2009-2010, Ginga Financial Literacy, Inc. worked with students from Howard University to promote Ginga’s mentorship project in District of Columbia.
· In 2010-2012, Ginga Financial Literacy, Inc., Ginga’s promotes its mentorship project at ConneXions Academy in Baltimore, Maryland.
· In 2012-2016, Ginga Financial Literacy, Inc., GINGA promotes its financial services for professionals seeking to transition from 9-5 rat race to fulfill lifelong passion.
To Create a Generation of Financially Literate Public School and College Students
GINGA’s vision levels the playing field between families earning $150,000 to $450,000 and colleges earning billions of dollars from their future alumni. We do this by providing the financial tools and resources needed to effectively complete FAFSA and appeal college award letters.
GINGA’s vision also includes a social network to promote success stories on Facebook. GINGA’s vision promotes a strong social network of financially literate high school and college students. Check us out on Facebook at:
Inspiration & Philosophy
Our Business Philosophy is Rooted in Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs
GINGA addresses the rising student loan debt crises by equipping families earning $150,000 to $450,000 with financial reallocation services. Young people are leaving college with enormous amounts of student loan debt. We empower families with the financial knowledge, tools, and resources needed to eliminate student loan debts, become financially literate, and embrace social entrepreneurship opportunities through an affordable financial education program.
Preparing Communities for Legacy Planning
COOPERATIVE LEARNING – Creating a fun online cooperative financial literacy learning environment
FINANCIAL EDUCATION – Making advanced financial education strategies to families earning $150,000 to $450,000
MENTORING – Providing mentoring and support for high school and college students
CULTURE – Providing a strong culture of financial literacy in public schools and colleges
SOCIAL NETWORK – Creating a strong social network of public school and college students to promote financial literacy
COMMON GOOD – Promoting common good within American communities through social entrepreneurship
FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE – Equipping young people with financial knowledge, tools, and resources to eliminate student loan debt and retire before age forty.