<metadesc> Financial Integrity is a proven, comprehensive program of nine steps based on solid financial principles, that can get where you want to go faster than making them up yourself. And it's all free. Learn more today. </metadesc>
<metadesc>Financial Integrity is a proven, comprehensive program of nine steps based on solid financial principles, that can get where you want to go faster than making them up yourself. And it's all free. Learn more today.</metadesc>
Welcome to the Financial Integrity wiki
We created this wiki to share what we've learned and make this the “go to” place for people looking to integrate financial integrity into their lives. We invite you to join and help build a thriving network of committed “FI'ers”. Add your expertise, advice and stories. So whether you’re just getting started or want to reconnect, find the information, tools and support you need to maintain momentum for the long haul. About the Program | What is a Wiki?
If you're new to the Financial Integrity program, get ready for a fundamentally different approach to personal finance. This program helps you transform your relationship with money-whether your goal is to get out of debt, become financially independent or align your financial decisions with your personal values.
Tools, tricks and examples
Share with your fellow program participants how you've overcome struggles or achieved success with the program. Post that new spreadsheet format you developed to more easily track spending. Invite people to your study group. Lead by example.
Calling all coaches, instructors and organizations
We have created program materials-free and fully downloadable, filled with everything you need to share the Financial Integrity message with others via classes, workshops and seminars.
An online bank that doesn't charge fees, and that also provides tools and data that are useful for Steps 2-5. Simple.com is based on technology, but their business model is based on the traditional interest margin.
In The News - Banks took $32 billion in 2013 from people who can't manage their bank accounts.
The CFPB found that nearly one in five customers who do opt in overdraft their accounts more than 10 times per year, and pay seven times more in fees than those who do not opt in. - Bloomberg
The Financial Integrity program has its roots in the groundbreaking work of the late Joe Dominguez, co-author with V. Robin of the best seller Your Money Or Your Life. This wiki is sponsored by the non-profit New Road Map Foundation (NRM). Founded in 1984 to disseminate the proceeds from Joe’s original seminar recordings, NRM continues via this web site to support people in transforming their relationship with money, and aligning their finances with their values.
Have you benefited from using the FREE Financial Integrity Program resources? Are you looking at a way to give back to the New Road Map Foundation (NRM), the non-profit charitable organization that brings you the Financial Integrity Program? NRM can always use volunteers to help us spread the word (did you know that we are almost completely volunteer run?) Please contact us if you'd like to join the team and help spread financial peace of mind.
Support NRM When You Search the Web
You can help support spreading the Financial Integrity approach when you search the web, shop online or dine out. Find out more about GoodSearch.com select New Road Map Foundation and they'll donate about a penny to NRM every time you access web searches.