The American Financial Education Alliance (AFEA) is one of the fastest growing non-profit financial wellness programs in the country! Our unique No Selling approach, coupled with Strategic Alliances will change the way you think about financial education! As an IRS approved 501(c)3 non-profit organization, AFEA's mission is to Empower Americans to take control of their finances by providing local communities with unbiased financial education. AFEA specializes in providing high-level financial education to:
AFEA financial education is delivered in a variety of formats including (but not limited to):
With Chapters Nationwide, and over 30 topics to choose from AFEA is able to accommodate any educational need.
AFEA is comprised of a very diverse and growing membership of licensed professionals. AFEA members work as attorneys, financial advisors, realtors, mortgage specialists, insurance and investment specialists, CPA's, health & wellness specialists, and a variety of other professions. AFEA members all share the same goal, which is to provide the highest level of financial education available in order to help people better understand their finances.
American Financial Education Alliance
8514 McAlpine Park Dr. STE 280
Charlotte, NC 28211
AFEA, the American Financial Education Alliance, is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization that provides educational workshops and classes in businesses and universities nationwide. Our instructors are licensed and trained financial professionals with a minimum of 5-years of real-world experience in their field. They have been pre-screened and required to pass a series of training sessions on how to properly educate in a not-for-profit setting before becoming a Chapter President and Instructor with AFEA. AFEA courses and workshops do not promote or endorse any specific products or companies, and no selling is allowed. AFEA educational workshops and courses are for general, non-commercial, education only and are not intended to be construed as tax, legal or financial advice. Attendees should seek the assistance of a financial or tax professional familiar with the course prior to implementing any of the ideas and strategies taught or discussed in the course.