Anyone who takes their work seriously selects the right tools to enhance their performance no matter how major or menial the task. This also applies to our finances. For everything you aim to accomplish in relation to your money, you need to identify and choose the tools best suited for the goal.
There now exists many types of electronic devices, apps, and gadgets you can employ for this purpose. To complement these, dfree® Movement also provides free access to several tools, resources and partner organizations to help you plan your financial lifestyle.
- For free budgeting, debt and other calculators, visit www.dfree.com/resources.
- For free courses on developing good financial habits and lifestyle, visit www.mydfree.org.
- For our free debt and savings tracking tool, visit www.billiondollarpaydown.com.
Small Business Development Centers: Offer one-on-one counseling from people with long experience in aiding small business owners. These centers are a joint effort funded by both the U.S. Small Business Administration and individual states. They are often located in the Business Department at state colleges or universities.
SCORE: Matches entrepreneurs with executives who are expert in the field or related industry and have access to the resources the entrepreneur needs.
United States Small Business Administration: Supports a network of assistance centers for specific small-business audiences, including women, veterans, exporters, and government contractors.
Local Government Business Centers: Each state has a small business support system.
Trade associations and business groups: Nurture business development with a mix of online material and meetings, seminars, and mixers both on the national and local level.
An extensive list of free tools and resources is also available in the Dfree Lifestyle: 12 Steps to Financial Freedom Workbook.