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5 Common Money Myths Debunked

Life is designed to occasionally throw you curveballs. These curveballs typically hit us right in the wallet. What better way to handle these unexpected expenses than to be financially prepared.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
How to Plan a Cheap Family Vacation

Traveling with a family can be stressful, but it can also break the budget super easily. That's why it is important to be as budget-friendly as possible. So here are seven tips for a budget-friendly family vacation.

by Shaun Morgan
How to Stop Impulsing Buying

Learning your triggers and being able to stop and reflect on your shopping habits can take you a long way in life. Often times we don’t stop ourselves enough and ask ourselves if we really need the last-minute item that we just pick up.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Why Athletes Need Financial Literacy

Many up-and-coming athletes gain mainstream media attention starting in high school. Young people who receive media attention typically obtain various endorsements and an abundance of money by extension.

by Matin Varshochi
Budget for Self Care

Self-care provides individuals with many health benefits, including releasing stress and anxiety. Although the typical self-care thought is a spa day, there are many ways to take care of your mind and body without breaking the bank.

by Viviana Vazquez
Money Conversations as a Couple | Culture Meets Money with Julien & Kiersten Saunders

Julien and Kiersten Saunders are the founders of rich & REGULAR, a blog dedicated to those who want to live financially free. Julien and Kiersten are full-time entrepreneurs, former real estate investors, and authors.

by Nailah Herbert
Tips for Buying an Investment Property on a Budget

One of the great thrills and challenges for any new home buyer or real estate investor is finding a house that fits your budget. But even in today's hot market, some inside tips and strategies that can put you ahead of the crowd.

by Pam Hill
Four Types of Budgets to Level Up Your Finances

There are four common budgeting styles: the line budget, the 50/30/20 budget, the zero-based budget, and the envelope (cash) budget. Choosing a budget that best fits your lifestyle and financial situation is important. A budget can help you save, track spending, and build wealth.

by Shaun Morgan
Finances Are The Top Mental Health Stressor For Millennials

Many Americans are struggling with handling their finances due to various reasons, and it’s starting to take a toll on their mental health. During the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health woes have increased in many young adults.

by Nailah Herbert
Budget Billing Can Help Your Finances In The Long Run

Utility companies have created a budget billing program that helps budget your monthly utility bills. This budget billing program is a 12-month program that is an average amount that your utility company charges you based upon your energy usage.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Lower-Income Families to Opt-Out of Holiday Spending

With the holiday season approaching, millions of people will be conducting their holiday purchases soon. However, a recent report by Deloitte showcased that 11.5% of consumers will not be partaking in the holiday shopping season due to these reasons.

by Viviana Vazquez
Overtime Elite Offers High School Athletes Six Figures

Overtime Elite (OTE) is a newly funded league that provides high school players an alternative pathway towards achieving their NBA dreams.

by Matin Varshochi
Biden Cancels $11.5 Billion in Student Debt

President Joe Biden recently announced that the government has canceled $11.5 billion in student loan debt. Currently, the outstanding student loan debt is $1.73 trillion, according to the Federal Reserve.

by Nailah Herbert
Financial Advice for Athletes

Statistics show that 78% of retired National Football League (NFL) players go broke within two years of retiring, and 60% of former National Basketball Association (NBA) players go broke five years after retiring.

by Matin Varshochi
3 Simple Steps to Achieve Both Debt-Freedom and Financial Freedom

Financial freedom is achievable no matter how much debt you have and how much money you make. All you have to do is stay the course. Here are three simple steps that you can implement today to start your road to becoming debt-free and financially free.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell

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