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Early Investors Inc., a not-for-profit, 501 (c) (3) organization, is dedicated to inspire and enrich lives through financial empowerment.  Since its inception in 2010, Early Investors (E.I.) has helped thousands of young, at-risk people (and adults alike) in Massachusetts become better equipped to manage their finances and avoid many of the pitfalls that have befallen so many individuals and families across America.

We're not talking about making people rich, but rather making them responsible about money and finances so that they can lead financially secure lives, realize their personal aspirations and contribute the the growth and development of their community.

Disturbing Financial Impact

Family Situation is worse now than it was a year ago

25% of Black


27% of Hispanic 

24% of Asian

17% of White

49% of workers who personally lost wages during the pandemic are still earning less money than before coronavirus outbreak started

Percentage of Americans usually not able to put money into savings:

47% low-income 

25% middle-income

8% upper-income 

53% of U.S. adults describe their personal financial situation as excellent or good, up from 47% in April 2020, when the U.S. economy was in a virtual freefall. 



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