Nebraska News Desk

The Lending Dictionary Fills In The Financial Education Gap

November 29
15:46 2021
Helping consumers get fair footing with Everything Lending!

The Lending Dictionary (TLD) introduces a video based financial literacy program designed to help level the economic playing field for consumers.

TLD is committed to increasing financial literacy. introduced its newest financial education program onto their Youtube channel, with the aim to help close the financial education gap by making free financial education available to every community in the country.

“The Vision for the project is to have an easy to digest breakdown of everything lending. Everyone has to function within the current financial market in one way or another, whether that be with credit or standard lending. The project will put out hundreds of easy to understand videos to help the average person have the proper understanding to make the best informed decision about their finances,” said Anthony Vettese, Founder of The Lending Dictionary. “Access to financial education is virtually non-existent in our country. This is the solution.”

Currently the project has over 500 written articles on everything from mortgages to auto loans, and the video dictionary launched this week has a drip campaign aimed at 1000 videos by the end of 2022. The start-up plans to add another 1,000 articles as well covering things like construction lending, commercial lending, and even other loans.

Millions of people will benefit from The Lending Dictionary’s educational programs, creating a ripple effect that benefits entire communities. This financial-education startup plans to also make recommendations on companies they find best to handle certain types of less common lending. This will reduce the hardship of researching the best solution and help the consumer focus more time on truly making the smartest decisions for their family.

The project founders have said the best way a consumer can support is to look up: The Lending Dictionary, on YouTube and all major social media, and to subscribe and share with friends and family. As a free based platform they need as much support spreading awareness as they can get!

Media Contact
Company Name: The Lending Dictionary
Contact Person: Anthony Vettese
Email: Send Email
Phone: 1-586-604-0478
Country: United States