Welcome to The Financial Resource Center

What is an Advocate?

ad·vo·cate (noun) – a person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy. At Thrive, we aim to be your advocate for Financial Services and Safe Money Strategies beyond that of the Financial Resource Center. We realized that selling wasn’t the right way to go about planning for someones financial future. Instead, we took a different approach, to inform the average person on simple risk-free methods for protecting their money. We’re honest, informative, and we won’t try to sell you on anything. Feel free to contact us to learn more.

 

What is the Financial Resource Center?

With a deep commitment to train and prepare a team of financial educators, the pioneers of Thrive founded “The Financial Resource Center”. The consumer Advocacy program trains licensed advisors to provide financial education at no charge.

The Resource Center transcends brick and mortar, and lives in the hearts of every educator. Our team of trained professionals daily educate and empower people and small business owners to make wise financial decisions to positions themselves for a prosperous financial future. Their “listen first” approach help them identify the unique needs and goals of the people they serve.

This is not just a new approach or a fad for us; it is who we are. We are financial educators committed to helping people reach their financial goals and dreams through the empowerment of our services. We want each of the people we serve to understand their financial plan for success and be able to explain it to friends and family.

The greatest compliment our students give us is introducing us to someone they know who would benefit from the Financial Resource Center. These introductions help us accomplish our goal of empowering people with the education necessary to make wise financial decisions and find financial independence.

Life insurance: The hidden costs of procrastination

Coverage gap among Gen Xers has widened

Are you ready for Life Insurance Awareness Month?

‘Dear Mom, I Wish You’d Had Life Insurance’

Knowing when you need life insurance

Life Insurance Awareness Month

 

Disclaimer

The third party sites listed may contain information or material that may be inaccurate, misleading or unlawful, or that may be offensive or inappropriate to some people. We make no effort to review or pre-screen the content of these sites, nor are we or our affiliates or representatives responsible for the validity, legality, copyright compliance, or decency of the content contained in these sites. In addition, we do not endorse or control the content of any these sites and we are not responsible or liable for any content, even though it could be unlawful, harassing, libelous, privacy invading, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene or otherwise objectionable, or that it infringes or may infringe upon the intellectual property or other rights of another.

25% of Americans Saving $0 for Retirement

Report Says 401(k) balances hit record $89,300 last year

Retired and broke: Social Security and the struggle to make it last

Fidelity: Average 401(k) nearly doubles since ’09

Are Gen X and Y too confident about finance?

Living with longevity

Retirement worry is highest in 23 years

Retirement Just a Dream for Nearly 30 Percent of Workers

More than Half of Americans Have Less than $25K for Retirement—What Should they Do?

 

Disclaimer

The third party sites listed may contain information or material that may be inaccurate, misleading or unlawful, or that may be offensive or inappropriate to some people. We make no effort to review or pre-screen the content of these sites, nor are we or our affiliates or representatives responsible for the validity, legality, copyright compliance, or decency of the content contained in these sites. In addition, we do not endorse or control the content of any these sites and we are not responsible or liable for any content, even though it could be unlawful, harassing, libelous, privacy invading, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene or otherwise objectionable, or that it infringes or may infringe upon the intellectual property or other rights of another.

Nearly Half of America Lives Paycheck-to-Paycheck

76% of Americans Are Living Paycheck-To-Paycheck

75 Percent Of Americans Don’t Have Enough Savings To Cover Their Bills For Six Months: Survey

Learn to Stop Worrying — and Start Saving

The Roth 401(k) vs the IUL

Vanguards Singular Model is Under Scrutiny

 

Disclaimer

The third party sites listed may contain information or material that may be inaccurate, misleading or unlawful, or that may be offensive or inappropriate to some people. We make no effort to review or pre-screen the content of these sites, nor are we or our affiliates or representatives responsible for the validity, legality, copyright compliance, or decency of the content contained in these sites. In addition, we do not endorse or control the content of any these sites and we are not responsible or liable for any content, even though it could be unlawful, harassing, libelous, privacy invading, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene or otherwise objectionable, or that it infringes or may infringe upon the intellectual property or other rights of another.

1 in 3 U.S. adults have ‘debt in collections’

Millennials ‘overwhelmed’ by debt

No sign of consumer debt levels falling: TransUnion

Americans Are Taking on Debt at Scary High Rates

The New American Dream: It’s Not What You Think

It’s back with a vengeance: Private debt

Why young people hate credit cards

Class of 2013 grads average $35,200 in total debt

Half of Young Adults Say They Don’t Save

 

Disclaimer

The third party sites listed may contain information or material that may be inaccurate, misleading or unlawful, or that may be offensive or inappropriate to some people. We make no effort to review or pre-screen the content of these sites, nor are we or our affiliates or representatives responsible for the validity, legality, copyright compliance, or decency of the content contained in these sites. In addition, we do not endorse or control the content of any these sites and we are not responsible or liable for any content, even though it could be unlawful, harassing, libelous, privacy invading, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene or otherwise objectionable, or that it infringes or may infringe upon the intellectual property or other rights of another.

This college savings plan flunks the test

Recent college grads face 36% ‘mal-employment’ rate

Help your kid cut college debt

Class of 2013 grads average $35,200 in total debt

 

Disclaimer

The third party sites listed may contain information or material that may be inaccurate, misleading or unlawful, or that may be offensive or inappropriate to some people. We make no effort to review or pre-screen the content of these sites, nor are we or our affiliates or representatives responsible for the validity, legality, copyright compliance, or decency of the content contained in these sites. In addition, we do not endorse or control the content of any these sites and we are not responsible or liable for any content, even though it could be unlawful, harassing, libelous, privacy invading, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene or otherwise objectionable, or that it infringes or may infringe upon the intellectual property or other rights of another.