Family Financial Network

Press Releases

Budget Kit, endorsed by Dr. Phil, available

Consumer Action and Family Financial Network team-up to help consumers and non-profits across the country with spending and credit.

Students can participate as first step to succeeding in today's job market.

Openshaw and Glee's Iqbal Theba launch a challenge to turn dreams into reality and help parents make the most of their college investment.

Recognition for business achievements and contributions

Jennifer Openshaw was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 6th Annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business for her work as Co-Founder and President of WeSeed and Women’s Financial Network.

College is Top Savings Goal for Teens Friday, October 09, 2009

Aware of investing in themselves

In a survey conducted by online brokerage TD Ameritrade Holding Corp shows how teens today not only recognize the importance of getting into college but are saving money in order to contribute to the escalating costs of higher education.

SuperFutures launches

With parents spending thousands of dollars on college and worried about their teen’s preparedness for the working world amid an economic recession, Family Financial Network announced that will help teens prepare for the working world.

Findings underscore the power of stocks with strong consumer affinity

A new study by WeSeed – the stock market for the rest of us -- finds that during the past nine years America’s top 100 brands have drastically outperformed the S&P 500 by a whopping 59.52 percentage points. The findings underscore the power of stocks with

Breakthrough Search Tool Deliver Personalized Stock Portfolios Based on Passions, Interests, Careers

It’s no secret that successful stock traders have been confined to an exclusive club and that consumer lose billions annually because they lack the skill and confidence to properly invest. All that ends today with the launch of WeSeed (, a

Using the Internet to Save

Driving Alternatives Steer Consumers to the Internet for Back-to-School Needs and End-of-Summer Activity

AT&T and Financial Expert Jennifer Openshaw Underscore the Value of Broadband in Tough Times. Highlight Significant Savings; Tips for Consumers

Use of Social Networks Dispels Myth that the Rich Go it Alone in Achieving Success 74% of Employed Adults Want to Turn their Profits into Passions

While the majority of Americans are afraid of starting businesses or otherwise venturing out on their own, new research detailed in the book, THE MILLIONAIRE ZONE™, finds that millionaires leverage their social networks – ranging from the government and t

Additional Features for Investing Arrive Just in Time for Tax Season

AOL today announced Jennifer Openshaw has joined AOL Money & Finance ( and will serve as AOL’s Family Financial Editor, providing consumers with budgeting and smart investing tips just in time for tax season. AOL also announced the l

Scouts to Get Rewarded for Creating a Budget with Mom, Dad as Part of Life Skills Training

Pointing to a new study showing that six in 10 college students never pay their credit card balances in full, the Boy Scouts of the Los Angeles Area Council announced today that “boys can now get smart about money” under a new program, Teaching America Mo

Leading entrepreneur and personal finance expert Jennifer Openshaw to bring her message of financial security to middle income Americans

Leading entrepreneur and personal finance expert Jennifer Openshaw, CEO of Openshaw’s Family Financial Network and founder of Women’s Financial Network, will bring her message of financial security to middle income Americans through an exclusive broadcast

Family Financial Network offers easy-to-use budget workbook and software

With savings levels hovering at all-time lows, Family Financial Network is releasing its new Quick & Easy Budget Kit: 4 Steps to Manage Spending, Save Money, and Build Financial Security. Featuring a unique and easy-to-use CD, as well as an entertainin

Consumers Lose $30-$50 Billion Annually through Poor Investments and Inertia

“Studies show that consumers cannot effectively manage their money on their own, and they will likely do worse investing their money than the Social Security Administration,” says Jennifer Openshaw, CEO of Family Financial Network, author and frequent TV

Show Addresses New Economic Fears, Declining 401(k)s

With increased economic fears following the September 11th attacks and the more recent Enron collapse, a new Public Television special hosted by Jennifer Openshaw, Founder of Women’s Financial Network, launches nationwide this month to address and educate

In the Media

Openshaw on why, how and where women are leading growth and innovation
Openshaw explains how financial firms can retain women with the latest thinking.
Openshaw joins Fox's Stuart Varney to quiz Americans about money
In the American Banker, Jennifer writes about the impact of the JOBS Act and the marketing of more sophisticated investments to investors.
What's Been Done & What's In Store: Credit Cards, Mortgage Disclosures & More
Openshaw gives the scoop on where you can expect new and higher fees.
At the leading social media conference, Openshaw talks about student preparedness and how SuperFutures is providing affordable guidance online

ABC News: Smart Money Tips for 2011 Sunday, December 26, 2010

Jennifer Openshaw gives financial advice for your future.

CNN: One Paycheck or Two? Thursday, September 09, 2010

The decision to have two people working can be a difficult one. Jennifer weighs the costs and benefits of two paychecks to help families make the right choice..
Treasury Department seeking input on what every adult needs to know about finances, and money experts weigh in.

ABC News: The Job Market and Young Adults Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Jennifer Openshaw offers tools to help land your next paycheck.

Fox TV: Turning Passions into Impact Monday, August 10, 2009

Jennifer Openshaw and Nickelodeon’s Marc Weiner discuss and its efforts to teach teens to be social entrepreneurs and build job skills.
Jennifer Openshaw gives tips on how to prepare for the working world, starting in high school
Tips for ensuring your credit doesn't cost you a job
Strategies for networking successfully
Jen's commentary on the role of mobile technology in advancing developing countries

CBS Early Show Saturday, March 28, 2009

Stock and strategies in a down economy

CBS Early Show Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Investing advice for a rocky market
Openshaw has her own agenda for kick-starting the economy

KTLA Morning News Thursday, March 12, 2009

Companies cut 401(k) contribution and tips for coping
Jen discusses 401ks and other moves in down economy.
Tips for keeping financial harmony in tough times
Retirement strategies as companies change policies
Tips to avoid investment scams

Today Show: Generate Cash Monday, December 08, 2008

Jen offers tips for generating income in a rough economy
Openshaw launches new site teaching investing by starting with what you know
Ways to save money during your holiday shopping.
Jen sheds light on 5 "Joe the Plumbers" and how the candidates policies would affect them.

CBS Early Show: Financial Crisis Town Hall Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Ray Martin And's Jennifer Openshaw Answer Typical Questions From Viewers, Audience Members.
Jen shares research from her book, The Millionaire Zone

Success Magazine Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Cover Story: Millionaire Zone

San Francisco Examiner: Women on the Web Sunday, February 13, 2000

Women's Financial Network founder Jennifer Openshaw is profiled for using technology to serve growing need.