Results for "Business"165 results found.
Most Common Tax Forms

Tax season can bee a dizzying experience just trying to keep all the tax forms straight. Luckily, tax forms aren't as confusing as you'd think, once you get the basics down. Here are what your basic tax forms mean.

by Shaun Morgan
Black Women Receive Less Money When Starting New Businesses

The U.S. is viewed as a country that allows its citizens to have the possibility of following and achieving their dreams. However, starting a business requires money, and some people do not receive the money they need due to the color of their skin.

by Nailah Herbert
The First Black-Owned Automated Market Competing with Amazon

Nourish + Bloom Market is a brick-and-mortar grocery store, located in Fayetteville, GA, with a twist. Jamie and Jilea Hemmings founded this autonomous grocery store, leading it to become an Amazon rival.

by Nailah Herbert
Should I Consolidate My Credit Card Debt?

Debt is like a crushing weight on anybody experiencing it. That's why debt consolidation loans are so appealing. But debt consolidation loans are always the best option. It is important to weigh the impact of getting a new debt consolidation loan.

by Shaun Morgan
Black Wall Street: Then and Today

The prosperous and resilient business districts built by and for Black people more than 100 years ago hold lessons for today.

by Pam Hill
How to Score an Affordable Investment Property in 2022

Three insider tips for finding real estate investment properties in the red-hot real estate market of 2022

by Pam Hill
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
Social Media Scams Increased in 2021, The Stats are Alarming

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), more than 95,000 people were scammed in 2021, totaling $770 million. Throughout the year, many people fell for various scams, which resulted in the average victim losing $8,105 on average.

by Matin Varshochi
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
Will There Be a Fourth Stimulus Check?

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a global issue as new variants are spreading. As people continue to struggle, 2021 ended without a fourth stimulus check to keep households afloat.

by Nailah Herbert
Filing Taxes on a Budget? Here Are 10 Options

Filing your taxes can be a stressful time, even more, if the budget is tight! Here are ten resources to research for tax season!

by Nadia C. Vanderhall
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
Tax-filing Season Starts January 24, 2022

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that it would begin this year’s tax filing season on Monday, January 24, 2022.

by Nailah Herbert

out of 11

Download the CapWay App

Access more features to your Money Account

  • Money Goals
  • Request Money
  • Categorize Spending
  • Money Talk

The CapWay, Inc Debit Visa Card is issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank (Member FDIC) pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. “Metropolitan Commercial Bank” and “Metropolitan” are registered trademarks of Metropolitan Commercial Bank ©2014.

1. For Money Account holders with a negative balance, the CapWay debit card will go into freeze until funds are deposited to bring account back to current. See terms and conditions

2. Sending or receiving money from other CapWay account holders will be instant. Transfers from other accounts could take up to 48 hours, depending on the financial institution.

3. Early access to funds requires direct deposit. Early payment is not guaranteed and is dependent on the timing of payer's submission of deposits. We generally post such deposits on the day they are received which may be up to 2 days earlier than the payer's scheduled payment date.

4. Money Goals allows account holders to save money towards financial goals created within the CapWay platform. Funds can be transferred from your Money Account or saved through the rounding up of your transactions from purchases.

5. CapWay offers financial content through Learn Money free of charge, but may include advertisements through affiliates. Phunds, CapWay's literacy program and session, is paid content or co-branded content.

© 2019-2022 CapWay Inc. All Rights Reserved.