Empowering youth and adults with financial literacy and economic education

The ability to understand how money works is the result of financial literacy. This means understanding of how money is earned, spent, invested, and saved. Financial education and literacy also entail the ability to use financial resources to make decisions.

Individuals who are financially literate should understand budget management which includes banking, debt and credit, income taxes, budgeting, investing, and meeting daily expenses. This tool will enable individuals to become more knowledgeable of their finances to make wise money decisions.

Helping Underserved Individuals With Financial Literacy

The CEO/Founder, Antomius Wise, started Life Strategies 2.0. (LS2). LS2 helps high-earners leverage the tax codes by teaching them various tax strategies that allow them to get rewarded for bringing value to society and creating economic growth. One hundred percent (100%) of the proceeds from LS2 support the missions of WPSM.

Since this business model worked so well, we have been duplicating our efforts to provide free financial literacy empowerment and economic education to youth and adults in the communities we serve.

Our mission is to help people learn the four pillars of Financial Health (Spend, Save, Borrow, and Plan) to make better economic decisions for themselves and their families. We want to ensure that everyone has access to reliable resources to learn about finances and taxes. Building economic security and wealth for the future is the goal. In addition, we intend to protect people from financial abuse and exploitation regardless of their age, gender, race, or financial status.

WPSM has helped thousands of people nationwide with our financial literacy initiatives. Our programs provide both virtual and in-person sessions for 12 weeks. Our one-on-one consultations, personalized financial counseling, professional networking events, panel discussions, and online courses have all been successful.


-Paid Federal Tax Return Preparer, Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service, Credential ID P03006807

-Advanced Tax, 2023 VITA/TCE Certification


Approximately $550 million is spent each year on financial education by nonprofit organizations, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. This is necessary as there is a financial crisis sweeping our country.

WPSM will help you understand the benefits of personal financial management and the consequences of credit abuse. We want to ensure that you have access to reliable resources to learn about finances and taxes.

Check out our program on Tax Saving Strategies to learn more about how we can help you.

Together, We Are Wise

Empower yourself with knowledge and let financial literacy be the key to your financial freedom and security. You owe it to yourself to be great.


PO Box 4207 Ashburn, VA 20148