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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
Are Navient Student Loans Canceled?

One of the nation’s more recognizable financial aid institutions, Naivent, had to forgive the debt of 66,000 borrowers earlier this month. This decision came after a lawsuit with 39 state attorney generals determined that the student loan servicer was forcing a portion of their borrowers into costly repayment plans, which they knew they would not be able to pay off.

by Matin Varshochi
Millennials and Gen Z are Paying the Most in Banking Fees

In a recent study, it was found that members of Generation Z and Millennials were paying more in banking fees. On average, Gen Z pays around $19 per month in banking fees. Millennials spend $16, while Gen X pays around $4, and Baby Boomers pay around $2.

by Viviana Vazquez
How To Make Your Child Rich Through a UTMA Account

Providing financial stability for their children is typically the main priority for parents; especially, as children start approaching a certain age where they can fully understand how to utilize their assets and funds best. However, choosing what type of account would best benefit your child’s future can be challenging.

by Matin Varshochi
Invest in Your Child’s Future Through a UGMA Account

A Uniform Gifts to Minors Act (UGMA) is an investment account for minors, allowing adults to give or transfer assets into the underage person’s account to help them save for college or be financially independent.

by Matin Varshochi
Best City to Start a Business

Not all cities are as small business-friendly as others. If you’re looking to launch a company or relocate to a new area with your existing one, Atlanta could be a great option.

by Gwen Payne
Undergrad College Applications Are Up 22%, Mostly From the Wealthy

According to data released by the Common App, undergraduate college applications are up 22%, compared to pre-pandemic rates. However, 60% of college applicants come from affluent communities, while only 5% are from low-income backgrounds.

by Viviana Vazquez
The Best Resume to Land Your Dream Job

When searching for your dream job, many tasks need to be completed before landing it. First, it is essential to network with the right people and equally important to have a strong resume.

by Nailah Herbert
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
Here’s What You Should Know Before Completing the FAFSA

The FAFSA for the 2022-2023 school year is now available and should be completed as soon as possible to maximize your financial aid. Before completing the FAFSA, it is vital to meet these specific requirements.

by Viviana Vazquez
How Do Local Elections Affect Your Money?

Voting during the presidential elections every four years can be incredibly influential, as the President passes laws directly affecting the nation. However, it is equally essential to be aware of your local elections.

by Nailah Herbert
The Rise of Tuition Causes College Enrollment to Fall

College is considered a valuable tool to those who want to secure a job with a great salary and benefits. However, the cost of college tuition increases about 8 percent every year, which means it doubles every nine years.

by Nailah Herbert
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
Why Biden Cut HBCU Funding - Future Student Effects

President Biden announced that the Build Back Better Plan would push $45 billion of their $3.5 trillion budget toward funding HBCUs. The funding was expected to go toward a plethora of issues and plans to rebuild HBCUs.

by Nailah Herbert
First-Gen Money Mondays with Gigi Gonzalez: Being the First-Generation

On the first episode of First-Gen Money Mondays, host Viviana Vazquez chatted with Gigi Gonzalez, founder of The First Gen Mentor. Gigi is a first-generation American, first-generation college graduate, and first-generation white-collar professional.

by Viviana Vazquez

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