I believe that everyone needs financial literacy in the modern capitalist world. Everyone, no matter how much or how little they make, can take more control of their lives by learning more personal finance. My core commitment is that everyone should be able to learn at a rate affordable to them.
That’s why we have income-based tiered pricing to promote equity:
If you make $60 per hour or more, we ask that you pay Tier A pricing, our standard rate.
If you make $30 to $59 per hour, we ask that you pay Tier B pricing, around 33% less than standard pricing.
If you make $16 to $30 per hour, we ask that you pay Tier C pricing, around 50% less than standard pricing.
If you make $15 per hour or less, we ask that you pay Tier D pricing, around 67% less than standard pricing.
This Pricing Policy allows anyone to come to our courses, regardless of income. Side benefit: more diverse + interesting cohorts and communities.
Higher income FF1 alumni report saving $600-$2000 more per month while lower income FF1 alumni report saving $100-$400 per month more. That is equity on the other side too: the payback period on the course is about one month, with all future savings to you.