NEW ONLINE DIGITAL
The prototype of our online “Paycheck Power Booster®” slide calculator is ready. Now you can remotely teach budgeting, goal setting, and “wants vs. needs” money-saving lessons to students near and far easily and effectively and brand it with YOUR logo!
Remote Learning: BOOSTED
All of the lessons incorporated in our best-selling “Paycheck Power Booster®” slide calculator, also known as “Where to Find the Money You Need” – budgeting, goal setting, saving, and navigating between wanted and needed expenses are now available online on Advantage’s “Virtual Slide Calculator.” Personalized with your name, logo, and contact information.
The hard copy version of “The Paycheck Power Booster®” slide calculator has been distributed to over one million people. It is a trusted teaching and learning tool that offers a behavior-based solution to help users stop impulse spending and to save for retirement, college and other goals.
Your personalized digital calculator URL can be used for:
Online Financial Counseling
Homebuyer Education Classes
Financial Readiness Training
Student Money Management Centers
Curriculum for High School and College Classes
Posted on your social media as an attention grabber
When purchasing a subscription you will receive a unique URL that displays “your” Paycheck Power Booster® slide calculator: branded with your logo and a few lines of text. We are on schedule to release the first orders later this summer. Preorder now!
We are now accepting subscription pre-orders via email and phone. Click below to send Kirby an email asking for a call back and a quote.
What about the other calculator titles? We plan to release the other calculator titles as digital calculators as demand and orders dictate.
How To Use The Online Version
On the prototype page, simply click on the red arrows at the top and bottom of the calculator to manipulate the amount one spends per day and see how these daily purchases add up over a year. (On this prototype, some of the data lines are blurred.) Flip the calculator over for an illustration of how the same daily expense adds up over time. An eye-opening way to show audiences where their money goes.
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