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Tax Lien

A tax lien is a legal claim imposed upon the assets or property of an individual or business that has failed to pay taxes. For example, if an individual fails to pay the property taxes on their home, the lienholder has certain rights to the property, including the ability to sell the home or sell a tax lien certificate for the home.

by Nailah Herbert
5 Ways Assets Help Your Financial Health | CapWay

Assets are the key to creating a financially free and flexible lifestyle. Here are five ways that assets can help you.

by Shaun Morgan
4 Types of Personal Assets | CapWay

Assets are items that hold financial value and essentially put money into your pocket. More specifically, personal assets are items that an individual owns. Read this CapWay article to learn about four types of personal assets that individuals can own.

by Nailah Herbert
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
The 3 C's of Credit: Character, Capital, and Capacity

Have you ever wondered why you were denied a loan? It usually comes down to the 3 C's of credit: Character, Capital, and Capacity. Learn more here.

by Shaun Morgan
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
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
How to Find an Old 401(k) Account | CapWay

Starting a new job can be exciting. But it’s important not to leave behind your investment accounts at your old job. So, here are some helpful tips to ensure you don’t leave any money behind.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
3 Little-Known Facts About Collections

When a bill is sent to a debt collection agency, it can severely impact your financial health. Your credit score will suffer, and the delinquency will stay on your credit report for seven years. Here's what you should know about the collections process.

by Shaun Morgan
Why Crypto's Real Value was Never $3 Trillion

Cryptocurrency has become increasingly popular over the years. It has experienced many technological advances and had many ups and downs. During its peak, many people were investing in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other altcoins. Although cryptocurrency had an initial purpose, the current market does not reflect its intentions, which is why some believe its real value was never $3 trillion.

by Matin Varshochi
The Cost of Raising a Child Has Surpassed $300,000

The idea of having children can be sweet when you think about all the special moments like the cuddles, hugs, and kisses. But the reality of having children is that they are a huge responsibility, especially regarding your finances, as a recent estimate says caring for a child costs $300,000.

by Matin Varshochi

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