The Money School of Boston, Inc.
The Money School of Boston, Inc. was founded by Harold F. Chorney in 1984. Hal is the only principal remaining and currently serves as president and director.
It is a non-profit corporation that provides factual information on tangible and intangible investments. To further this cause, it facilitates the publishing of documents to:
It has given awards to various individuals who have contributed to the purpose of this corporation. Recipients of this award have included Congressman Eugene J. Keogh for his lifelong contributions to retirement programs, Congressman Edward J. Markey a consumer champion, Loren Dunton, founder of the Financial Planning industry and the National Center for Financial Education, Forrest Wallace Cato, author and co-founder of the National Center for Bankruptcy Accountability and Hal Chorney for advocating consumer education.
|The Money School has received awards, an example of which was from the Women in Sales Association.