left splatter
right decoration

Money Project Videos

All About Money Mottos™

Are you interested in learning why you spend money the way you do? This video talks about Money Mottos™, which are subconscious thoughts and/or feelings about money that influence how we behave and interact with money. You’ll also learn about the benefits of your own personal Money Motto™ and the importance of knowing what your Money Motto™ is.

The Money Motto™ Style Survey

Everyone has a Money Motto™ Style, which helps guide your financial decisions in terms of how you earn or spend your money, negotiate for it, invest it, inherit it or gift it. This video talks about the Money Motto™ Style Survey, which helps you determine the Money Motto™ Style that best fits you, and talks about what the four different Money Motto™ Styles are. 

You and Your Money Motto™ Style

After finding out what your Money Motto™ Style is, it’s beneficial to learn how to use this to your advantage. This video talks about some tips to keep in mind when you’re making decisions on how to spend your money. 

Not happy with your bank? Things to consider before you switch

Soured by problems with the bank he had been using for years, Johnny Hollick was looking for a good reason to take his money elsewhere, and a free iPad seemed like the perfect incentive.

How this 23-year-old grad tackled $53,349 in student and car loans

In the fall of 2011, shortly after finishing university, Jordann Brown realized she owed $53,349.

“My story isn’t one about spending with abandon or being irresponsible,” says the 23-year-old, who works in marketing and provides content for a mortgage rate comparison website. “I did what every millennial is told to do after high school, and that put me up to my eyeballs in debt.”

In today's hot housing market, first time buyers can't afford to get in

First-time buyers are the housing market’s pinata.

People buying a first home are essential to the real estate market. But when the federal government periodically tries to cool home sales, its go-to strategy is make it tougher for first-timers.