Rene Joy

is creating resources and research for low-income and special needs families

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For low-income families with special needs, traditional rules and products aren't fully applicable and most aren't welfare-inclusive when it comes to helping these households gain financial literacy.

This leads to a huge gap in knowledge, and with it, ability to competently and comprehensively understand the full spectrum of their financial circumstances.

I'm gathering what I learn from others, what I teach myself, and what the rest of the low-income and special needs community shows me in order to share with anyone else who is looking for these resources and research.

The current design of all present projects is to make as many freely available components as possible given how difficult it is for low-income and special needs households to afford or access better tools.

Although there may come a time when I have an opportunity to publish my work more formally, I will be depending on donations and other paid projects to fund the time I spend researching and building up these tools and resources.
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For the rest of April and the following two months, I'll be working on a multi-faceted packet of research and resources for low-income and special needs households who need help creating financial plans and tools specific to their circumstances.

Every bit will help, so if your budget can allow or afford a charitable dollar-a-month donation, my monthly budget will greatly appreciate it!
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For low-income families with special needs, traditional rules and products aren't fully applicable and most aren't welfare-inclusive when it comes to helping these households gain financial literacy.

This leads to a huge gap in knowledge, and with it, ability to competently and comprehensively understand the full spectrum of their financial circumstances.

I'm gathering what I learn from others, what I teach myself, and what the rest of the low-income and special needs community shows me in order to share with anyone else who is looking for these resources and research.

The current design of all present projects is to make as many freely available components as possible given how difficult it is for low-income and special needs households to afford or access better tools.

Although there may come a time when I have an opportunity to publish my work more formally, I will be depending on donations and other paid projects to fund the time I spend researching and building up these tools and resources.

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