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History of the Social Security Act

The Social Security Act, passed passed 86 years ago, is a key component of retirement income for nearly all individuals. Social security insurance also provides a safety net should a worker become disabled or a family lose their breadwinner.

by Pam Hill
High Paying Jobs with No Degree Requirements

Not everyone wishes to attend a four-year university or pursue a bachelor's degree or higher; thus, they turn to jobs that do not have a post-secondary degree as a job requirement.

by Sheena Allen
Top Paying Jobs in America of 2022

There are many different career paths a person can choose from in pursuit of attaining a high-paying job. The exact salary will differ depending on the field of work, experience, and level of education.

by Sheena Allen
February’s Jobs Report Showed an Increase in Number of Jobs

The rise in the number of jobs available caused the unemployment rate to drop to 3.8 percent, down from 6.2 percent in February 2021. As the unemployment rate continues to decline and more people can find jobs.

by Nailah Herbert
Tax Professionals Can Save You Time and Money on Your Taxes

Filing your taxes is stressful, but it is more stressful when you're not prepared. Tax planning can take the stress out of filing your taxes and save you thousands.

by Shaun Morgan
How Are Remote Workers Taxed

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many were trapped inside their homes with nowhere to go. In addition, due to the lockdowns imposed by the government, many were unable to go into their place of work.

by Sheena Allen
Celebrating 5 Black Financial Influencers for 2022

CapWay is celebrating Black History Month by sharing the entrepreneurial stories of five Black financial influencers, also known as fin-fluencers, who are etching their names in the financial education space.

by Nailah Herbert
How to Earn More Money and Stop Pinching Pennies

The holidays and festivities are finally behind us. So, now it’s time to get down to the serious business of earning your ‘3M’ degree: Master’s in Making Money.

by Pam Hill
Many Workers Would Quit if They Knew They Were Underpaid

A recent study was conducted by economists at MIT, the University of California, Berkeley, the London School of Economics, and the University of Cologne. The study results showed that workers of low wages or underpaid wages believe that other workers doing the same work are making similar incomes. More workers would quit or ask for raises if they had access to information about other workers’ wages, claims an Economist at UC Berkeley.

by Viviana Vazquez
The Small Business Economy is Expected to Rise in 2022

Intuit surveyed 8,000 people regarding whether they dream of becoming a small business owner. Out of the 8,000 people interviewed, 83 percent responded that the pandemic played a role in accelerating their plans to leave their jobs and open their businesses.

by Matin Varshochi
How to Stick With Your Financial New Year’s Resolutions

It can be incredibly difficult to to stick with your financial New Year's resolutions. It is important to have the correct mindset and to set the right kind of goals to be successful.

by Shaun Morgan
More Than 20 States Have Increased Their Minimum Wage

by Sheena Allen
Unvaccinated Workers Are Eligible for Unemployment Benefits

With the vaccine mandate in place, some unvaccinated individuals are being let go from their place of work. As a result, four states have passed bills that allow them to ease the restrictions for the unvaccinated when applying for unemployment benefits.

by Nailah Herbert
Why Gen Z Is Out-Tipping Every Other Generation

Gen Zers tip more than previous generations. For example, in the study, it was determined that during the holiday season, 51 percent of Gen Zers tip more, compared to 48 percent of millennials, 43 percent of Gen Xers, and 42 percent of boomers.

by Sheena Allen
Unemployment Claims Reach Their Lowest Point Since 1969

The Department of Labor released a report showing that the adjusted number of people applying for unemployment claims is decreasing. The number of people who applied for unemployment benefits was 194,000, making it the lowest number since 1969.

by Matin Varshochi

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