Everyday Impact

Idolize Impact, Not Capital

What would you do with 44 billion dollars? Solve world hunger? Buy a social media platform…? We see wealth on a scale like never before and, at the same time, inequality like never before. Why are everyday Americans idolizing capital so much? At FLIT, we believe that you can grow your wealth without compromising your values by leading impact first.

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Everyday Impact

The Dirty Dozen – Banking on Climate Chaos

“In the 6 years since the adoption of the Paris Agreement, the world’s 60 largest private sector banks financed fossil fuels with $4.6 trillion”. Despite many banks marketing that they offer ‘ethical’ investments and have a ‘commitment to climate action’, 26 banks increased their financing of fossil fuels in 2021. It’s time to call out the fossil fuel funders. It’s time to hold them accountable.

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Everyday Impact

10 Tools of Financial Activism

Being a conscious consumer is no longer enough; we must vote with our dollars on a bigger and broader scale. This article will take you through 10 tools to be an influential financial activist. Each works to reduce your negative impact or increase your positive impact in social, environmental, and humanitarian spheres.

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Financial Literacy

Tax season – Everything you need to know

Tax season is here again, and the deadline to file your taxes this year is Monday, April 18. As this deadline is fast approaching, we want to ensure you have everything you need to make tax season as painless as possible. Please note that FLIT Invest is not a tax advisor, and this article should […]

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Sustainable Investing

Where Next for ESG?

ESG has disrupted traditional ways of thinking about risk – it provides a framework to consider the present and future impact. In the initial launch of the ESG framework, there was a clear message: think, document, do. It has become clear that by many, there is limited evidence of the ‘do’, poor effort in the ‘document’, and halfhearted effort in the ‘think’.

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