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What is Bankruptcy and How Does It Work?

Bankruptcy is a debt relief procedure in which a bankruptcy court is used to relieve a debtor's obligation to pay off all or part of their debts. Here's how the bankruptcy process works.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Goodwill Letter: Should I Write One to Remove a Late Payment?

A goodwill letter usually asks creditors to overlook the past due bill and accept your payment as if it had been received on time. The end result is left up to the creditor to decide whether or not to erase any negative marks on your credit report.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
National Entrepreneurship Day: Jala Eaton of On My Own Financial

Jala Eaton, Esq., Certified Trust and Fiduciary Advisor (CTFA), is the Founder and CEO of On My Own Financial, LLC and J. Eaton Law PC. Learn more about Jala Eaton, her company On My Own Financial, and her advice to other women entrepreneurs.

by Nailah Herbert
National Entrepreneurship Day: Raya Reaves of City Girl Savings

Raya Reaves is the Founder and Finance Coach of City Girl Savings. Below you can learn more about Raya and her journey to becoming an entrepreneur and the advice she gives to other women entrepreneurs.

by Nailah Herbert
What is a Payday Loan?

Payday loans have been around since the early 1930s. However, payday loans have become increasingly popular, especially among Generation Z. But despite their popularity, it’s important to note that payday loans have high-interest rates that could lead borrowers into debt.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Tax Tips for Entrepreneurs | Culture Meets Money with Atiya Brown

Atiya Brown is the Founder and CEO of The Savvy Accountant, which helps small businesses solve complex tax issues and save money on their taxes. She joins Culture Meets Money to share her best tax tips that every successful entrepreneur should know.

by Nailah Herbert
Risks of Buy Now Pay Later Program

The Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) service is a new payment method that has become increasingly popular. Despite BNPL becoming more widespread amongst the younger generation, this program carries significant financial risks if the money isn’t paid back on time.

by Matin Varshochi
The Insider's Guide to Buying a Home During the Holidays

For savvy buyers, the holidays offer a great opportunity to find homes decked out in their holiday finery with few competing buyers and discounted prices.

by Pam Hill
How to Evaluate Your Creditworthiness

Creditworthiness refers to whether a person or company is considered fit to receive a loan or line of credit, often based on past financial borrowing experiences. Here's why your level of creditworthiness is important to your financial health.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Why Financial Therapy Matters | Culture Meets Money with Steven M. Hughes

CapWay invited Financial Therapist and Reiki Master Teacher, Steven M. Hughes to join Culture Meets Money to discuss financial therapy, why mental health matters in the Black community, and how money and mental health coincide.

by Nailah Herbert
The Starter Guide to Pay Back Your Student Loan Debt

Ignoring your student loan debt is not a good idea. Instead, start right now by making a plan to get out of student loan debt. The sooner you start the better. Here is how.

by Shaun Morgan

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