Welcome to The Wealth Pool (TWP)!

Indiana Hoosier students have FREE access to TWP!

As students prepare for the real world there is no better time to build healthy financial habits and skills than NOW.

-- Ed Lamark, Founder

Enrolled Students Experience Their Own Pool!

Students at select, partnering colleges and universities have FREE access to TWP. It is part of our mission to help young adults prepare for life's financial challenges.

No credit card is required to begin your student access to TWP.

Please see our Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions that govern our "Student Pool".

TWP is currently designed for desktop or laptop use; not mobile optimized at this time.

Students are eligible to earn CASH through our Pool Points Program.

Our platform provides robust tools and insight into how others manage their finances to help you better handle your own.  Jump in the pool today!


BEFORE Jumping into TWP

Felix was frustrated with finances.

  • Getting financially motivated and organized on his own was hard
  • Budgeting was boring and tracking expenses was cumbersome
  • Understanding how his student loans factored into his future was difficult
  • Broaching the subject of money with friends, family and work colleagues was uncomfortable
  • And he was curious if his rent, cellphone bill, streaming subscriptions and scores of other expenses were in range with his peers


AFTER jumping into TWP

It was like Facebook for Finances -- anonymously!

  • He sees his total financial picture in one place
  • He organizes his finances and keeps them organized
  • His spending transactions are automatically categorized against hundreds of categories
  • He clearly sees where his money is going on a monthly and annual basis
  • He has fun learning how his finances stack up against his peers


MAINTAINING Financial Health in TWP

Felix is prepared to tackle financial challenges at any stage in life!

  • His student loans are precisely mapped into his TWP financial plan
  • He dynamically adjusts his financial plan, factoring in his goals and life events
  • He clearly sees when he can afford to buy his first car and home
  • He sets an emergency cash reserve goal and sees how it funds through time
  • He sees the power of his employer's matching contributions to his retirement savings over time