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- Announcement Press Release
FAIRFIELD, Conn., April 28, 2021 – Most Americans today face serious financial challenges, particularly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To help address this, Deborah Pratt Johnson Burns today announced the launch of Literacy to Legacy Mentors, LLC Reframing Your Financial Future A Pratt Prosperity Company. Burns, a well-established financial and business mentor, as well as successful private investor and entrepreneur, will provide personalized financial mentoring services. Her mission? To help clients increase their financial IQ, expertly examine their money habits and behaviors, and begin to take charge of their financial lives. The company is the first-of-its-kind in Connecticut, launching in celebration of Financial Literacy Month.Download
- Letter of Introduction
Introductory letter from Deborah Pratt Johnson Burns.Download
A collection of testimonials from clients.Download
“Financial literacy is not formally taught in high school or in college, unless it’s a one-off personal finance course, or as part of a finance or business degree,” Burns explains. “As a result, many consumers don’t have an advantage in business or in life without the financial tools and knowledge they need to succeed, and I’m committed to helping change that paradigm.” According to The Council for Economic Education, as of 2021, only six states require H.S. students to complete a semester-long, personal finance course to graduateDownload
- Deborah Burns, Founder, Headshot
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