Master Your Money Course

taught by Elkinsette "Elkie" Clinton

Course description

The purpose of this course is to teach the basics of finance when it comes to budgeting and savings. Through my work over the years with clients and my own personal struggles, I have discovered what has worked in getting your finances in order. You will address your mindset around money, how to track your expenses to assess your spending habits, create a budget that fits your lifestyle, start a Blessings Fund,  and address your debt by creating a plan to become debt free in a shorter period of time. The course walks you through step by step to improving your financial situation and finally Master Your Money!

Elkinsette "Elkie" Clinton
CEO and founder of Savvy Moms Unite

Elkinsette “Elkie” Clinton is a Mom, Career & Finance Coach, Author, & Speaker. She is the creator and owner of Savvy Moms Unite, a coaching business where she teaches single moms how to take their career & finance goals from paper and put them into action.

It was through Elkie's own personal financial struggle that she incorporated a focus on teaching financial literacy and planning in her coaching business. She states "As much as I felt I was helping single moms find the career of their desire, I knew that their biggest challenge was their finances." The more money that was made in the single parent household less of it became disposable income. It was a never ending battle trying to eliminate debt(educational expenses, car notes, credit card, kid's education) and provide a lifestyle that allowed for work/life balance. She was tired of hearing that single moms were limited. She then created her signature financial course "Master Your Money" to tackle those financial pitfalls many single moms face and get them to build wealth while they were looking to increase their income through new careers. 

Elkinsette "Elkie" Clinton-Instructor


ph. 678-631-6738

Course Curriculum

Money Mindset Reset
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Documenting and Assessing Debt: What Do You Owe Your Creditors?
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Bonus: Using the Snowball Debt Strategy to Get Out of Debt Sooner
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