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5 Ways to Make Extra Money With Your Car

You can use your vehicle for more than just going to work, running errands, and putting gas in the tank. Instead, you can use your car to earn extra income, including ways that don't require you to drive or do any hard labor.

by Nailah Herbert
Stimulus Checks Set to Start Being Deposited into Bank Accounts This Weekend

President Joe Biden signed the latest Covid Relief bill on Thursday, March 11, 2021. The $1.9 trillion package includes up to $1,400 in direct stimulus aid, additional weekly unemployment supplements of $300.

by Viviana Vazquez
$600 Stimulus Checks - Eligibility, Impact on Taxes, and Other Details

On December 27, 2020, President Donald Trump signed the $900 billion coronavirus relief bill that included $600 checks to millions of Americans struggling financially amidst the ongoing pandemic.

by CapWay
3 Alternatives to College After Leaving High School

Many of us are told by our teachers, counselors, and parents that college is the best choice. However, going to college is not for everyone. Choosing to attend college is a personal choice and should be considered an investment.

by Nailah Herbert
Millennials Are Experiencing Financial Burnout. Here's Why.

Millennials, ages 24 to 39, are experiencing extreme burnout, which can manifest in various forms like anxiety and depression. The number one cause of this burnout is money.

by CapWay
Savings: High-Yield Savings Account

The COVID-19 pandemic shed light on how dire many Americans' financial state is, and having money in your savings account can help you to feel financially at ease.

by Nailah Herbert
Coronavirus Stimulus Package: When You Should Receive Your Payment

The spread of COVID-19 in the United States has put millions of people out of work and has more than 17 million Americans filing for unemployment.

by Nailah Herbert
I Applied to 53 Jobs and Received 1 Offer Letter. Here's Why.

As a graduate student, I had done an internship that I didn't exactly love over the summer, and I didn't want to get stuck in a job that I would hate after college. So, I started job searching in the summer and didn't get any offers for several months!

by Mykail James
Black History Month: Finance Edition with Claressa Lesley

Financial educator Claressa Lesley, MBA, is the founder and CEO of Financial 411 Academy LLC, a company that promotes interactive financial literacy education among youth and young adults.

by Nailah Herbert
4 Celebrities Who Dealt With Student Loans

If you are one of the 42.9 million Americans who owe some portion of the $1.57 trillion in student loan debt, you already know that student loans can be stressful. Some of your favorite celebrities and influencers have or are currently in college.

by CapWay
Black History Month: Finance Edition with Nadia Vanderhall

Nadia Vanderhall is the founder of The Brands + Band$ Strategy Group. She is an expert marketer who merged her love for digital marketing and money to create a culturally-driven hub to impact change for both individuals and companies.

by Nailah Herbert
Black History Month: Finance Edition with Mykail James

Black History Month is a celebration for African-Americans who have paved or are paving the way for future generations. We collaborated with several finance influencers who are making a difference throughout their community and beyond.

by Nailah Herbert
How to Stretch Your Money as a College Student

Despite receiving financial assistance through student loans, college could become expensive, and paying for all the necessary expenses can be difficult. Below are some tips to ensure that your money stretches until the end of the year.

by Nailah Herbert
Your College Debt May Be Forgiven If You Attended This College

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), an agency that protects consumers, has successfully filed a complaint against the once popular University of Phoenix.

by CapWay
Five Money-Saving Travel Tips for Out-of-State College Students

If you are a college student that lives far away from home, you may feel overwhelmed by thinking about travel expenses. As a college student, funds may be limited.

by Nailah Herbert

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