About FEYM

We at Financial Education for Young Minds (FEYM) believe financial education became a life skill that is important to learn and implement. FEYM will empower individuals to be guardians of their finance. With the right financial management tools and proven practices, they can Earn, Manage, Multiply and Help others with Money.

We designed age-based programs for Kids, Teens, and Young Adults.

FEYM focuses on Financial Education using “Cognitive Strategies” to improve learning experience. Cognitive Learning helps us to reflect on our experiences about Money blueprint and improve it using proven ways to program the mind for better money management skills.

Why FEYM ?

Financial Education using “Cognitive Strategies”

Make smart financial choices

Specially designed “Age-based Program”

Proven Parent-Child Interactive program

Improved Money Blueprint

Plan for the Brighter Financial Future

Our Mission

Illuminate young minds with Financial education and empower them for a brighter financial future. Spreading financial awareness about Earning, Managing, Growing money and Helping others for a better life.

Our Programs


Kids love Games and Interactions, FYEM Kids program educate them with joyful activities about Money management skills. FEYM KIDS Program helps them cultivates good habits to manage the money they receive from parents, guardians, and relatives.

Financial management requires discipline and if taught at an early age creates a bigger impact in their lives for a brighter financial future.

Smart Kids program specially designed for Kids to bring Financial Awareness.

FEYM Teens

Adolescence is an important phase of life in which Teens go through biological growth, they have improved decision-making skills and starts a longer association with their friends.

Positive peer pressure yields great results. Helping Teens to manage peer pressure effectively is key for their growth. Teen thoughts lead their feelings and it triggers actions. Habits start taking shape which becomes their Values. Well nurtured financial thought process helps them to transition in adulthood with a more clear understanding of financial management.

Smart Teens program has a uniquely designed training module, which can be used to understand the practical aspect of financial management, understanding Macro, and Microeconomics.

FEYM Young

Young adulthood is the healthiest phase of life. They are at the peak of Physical and Mental fitness. Personal norms and priorities are created towards a future road-map, deciding on opportunities about Passion vs. Carrier growth, either option they chose to go for, financial management is inevitable.

Smart Young program has a comprehensive collection of financial education resources suitable for career growth in the financial world.

Value Proposition

Learn Through Implementation Approach

The implementation approach is a prerequisite for the success of learning. Well defined implementation approach for your learning helps you achieve the desired result and brings delight to your efforts towards financial planning.

Good Money Habits

Good financial habits like understanding of needs and wants help us to make better decisions. Inculcate the right thought process from an early age help you to make better financial decisions.

Building the right money blueprint

It’s about how you programmed to respond to money and wealth. We have proven processes to improve money blueprint.

What you will gain ?

Financial education became a Life Skill, which should be learned in childhood and to be used throughout your life

Save to Invest

The intrinsic thought process of saving money is for spending, which can be for planned or unplanned expenses. Saving to invest habit can multi-fold your principal amount which can be used for financial planning.

Peer Influence Defense

Peer pressure is a powerful influence on adolescents. Understanding child psychology and helping them manage their expenses paves way for strong financial blueprint.

Money management system – for Young and Adults

Money management skills are about good habits to manage existing money. It’s not about the quantum of money but about distributing available and incoming money for each of your financial needs including necessities, emergency fund, vacation, short and long term goals, charity, etc.