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KNOW YOUR WORTH

FREEDOM.  FUTURE.  FIDELITY

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KYW FOR GEN Z, THE CLASSROOM, ADULTS & THE WORKPLACE!!!

COMING SOON 2021

KYW A NEW APPROACH TO PERSONAL FINANCE VIA FINTECH COMING SOON!!!

KYW is ready to push the envelope and meet the rising demand for change in this tech age of social distancing while still meeting the challenge of closing the poverty gap through a new and exciting partnership with a unique approach to financial literacy. Emphasizing quality of life and personal priorities via a highly engaging life simulator to help users gain perspective on how choices--fiscal and otherwise--affect futures.

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WHAT'S OUR WHY?

TO CLOSE THE FINANCIAL DISPARITY/POVERTY GAP FOR URBAN AND POVERTY STRICKEN COMMUNITIES THROUGH LITERACY

According to the National Center for Education Statistics the Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIACC) defines literacy as "the ability to understand, evaluate, use and engage with written texts to participate in society, to achieve one's goals, and to develop one's knowledge and potential" (p. 61, OECD 2013). Using the data from the PIACC, this Data Point summarizes the number of U.S, adults with low levels of English literacy and describes how they differ by nativity status* and race and/ethnicity. Click this text to start editing. This simple title and text block is great for welcome or explanatory text. When writing, try to keep things down to a few lines at a ime. Break up your content into different blocks to keep your page interesting. 1 in 5 U.S. adults (21%) has difficulty completing tasks that require comparing and contrasting information, paraphrasing, or making low-level inferences--literacy skills at level 2 or above in the PIACC (OECD 2013).

*Nativity status refers to whether the respondent was born in the United States or born outside the United States. 

This translates into 43.0 million U.S. adults who possess low literacy skills: 26.5 million at level 1 and 8.4 million below level 1, while 8.2 million could not participate due to a language barrier or cognitive or physical inability to be interviewed. Adults classified as below level 1 may be considered functionally illiterate in English: i.e., unable to successfully determine the meaning of sentences, read relatively short texts to locate a single piece of information, or complete simple forms (OECD 2013). What does this mean for financial literacy? An even more astounding impact! Know Your Worth was founded specifically to offer FREE financial literacy educational tools and resources designed to make a positive impact in urban and impoverished communities to empower financial freedom, fidelity and create more self-sufficient future members of society. 

*(OECD) Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

FINANCIAL LITERACY STARTS HERE...

THE SCIENCE OF FINANCE

Science by definition simpEverything known to exist in the universe, on this planet, and even life itself can be broken down to 92 naturally-occurring elements, the basic building blocks of everything. Of the 92 naturally occurring elements, eight are known as the “noble metals”. The elemental particles making up these eight elements are organized in a manner that makes them unreactive with air, or “immortal” as pure elements. Put differently, the oxygen, carbon dioxide, and gases that make up our air have no tarnishing effect on these elements through the life cycles of humans. Of the eight noble metals, only four became broadly employed as commodities: gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. Of the four, gold is the rarest on earth and visually discernible due to its color and purity. Click below to read more...

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SELF INVESTMENT STARTS HERE...

LEARNING THE VALUE OF LIQUID VS. NON-LIQUID ASSETS

A business or person can own many valuable assets. But as the expression goes, cash is still king....for NOW at least. A company may generate billions of dollars in revenue, but if it can't generate liquid cash, it will struggle. An individual might own multiple properties or prized artwork, but in a financial emergency, they’ll depend on liquid assets to stay afloat. KYW supports the arts! We find that access to the arts, literature and music is proven to boost the power of learning especially in areas of both literacy and knowledge retention ultimately supporting freedom of truth in expression for a much brighter future. Gaining a full comprehension of the value store of art and 'Liquid Vs. Non-Liquid Assets' is key to financial literacy! Click the link below to read more...

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FINANCIAL EDUTAINMENT STARTS HERE...

DERRICK GRACE'S 'IN HOME BANKING' BOARD GAME

The "IHB" board game serves as...a genuine correlation between real life issues such as ownership, judicial system issues, financial literacy, and much more. Things like land patents, diet choices (and) family court, are just a few of the things families will learn with the "IHB" board game.

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 - Created by Derrick Grace 2

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What Do You "KNOW" About Styles of Learning: 

Kinesthetic Learning Styles Have Been Proven to Improve Comprehension 

Here's a cool spin on 'Movie Night In!" Gather the whole family for a series of FREE and super fun animated videos in support of 'Personal Finance' and 'Money Management.' Videos will be uploaded to KYW monthly to highlight key financial literacy core values while supporting their comprehension and retention!

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