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Nearly 20% of U.S. Households Have Lost All of Their Savings

The poll questioned 3,616 adults about health and financial problems affecting members of their household and outlined alarming statistics about American families reporting financial hardship during the Covid-19 pandemic.

by Sheena Allen
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
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
American Workers Are Quitting Their Jobs at Record Numbers

A record number of 4.3 million workers left their jobs in August. ‘The Great Resignation,’ as many call it, has continued through the last couple of months, empowering many to resign from their jobs in search of something better.

by Viviana Vazquez
How the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate is Affecting Workforces

The vaccine mandate being a requirement for most occupations has caused those who have chosen to stay unvaccinated to protest in the street, as they feel their freedom of choice is being taken away.

by Sheena Allen
How to Make Intentional Money Decisions | Culture Meets Money with Tonya Rapley

Culture Meets Money had the pleasure of chatting with Tonya Rapley, founder and CEO of My Fab Finance. Rapley shares her thoughts on the importance of making intentional money decisions. Below are three key takeaways from her chat.

by Nailah Herbert
Millennials are Making Six Figures, Yet Still Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck

Millennials are making six figures in income, but more of them live paycheck-to-paycheck than any other generation.

by Viviana Vazquez
Racial Wealth Gap: Black and Latinx Net Worth is Expected to Hit 0 by 2053

When it comes to the distribution of wealth among Black and Latinx people versus white people in the United States, minorities have always been neglected. The racial wealth divide is widespread and stems from hundreds of years of policies.

by Nailah Herbert
Biden Proposes to Allow IRS to Watch Bank Accounts over $600

One of the American Families Plan’s goals is to allow the IRS to monitor transactions of bankers over $600 to ensure that people are not lying about their taxable income.

by Viviana Vazquez
Inequality has Cost the U.S. Economy $22.9 Trillion Since 1990

The Brookings Institution conducted an economic study to measure the impact of inequality since 1990. The study found that the U.S. missed out on $22.9 trillion in economic growth since 1990 due to inequality.

by Viviana Vazquez
Amazon Set to Cover Its Employees’ Tuition

On September 9, Amazon announced they would be covering their employees’ college tuition fees. The CEO of Worldwide Consumer at Amazon, Dave Clark, said the company will invest a total of $1.2 billion by 2025 for more than 750,000 front-line workers.

by Sheena Allen
How to Start Investing | Investing for Beginners

Are you ready to start investing but unsure of where to begin? Here’s what you need to know to start investing intelligently on your own.

by Viviana Vazquez
How To Save Money Using Your College ID

If you are a current (and sometimes a former) college student, take advantage of perks that require using your college identification card (ID), including discounts on large and small purchases that could enable you to save thousands of dollars each year.

by Viviana Vazquez
These Four Employers Help Pay College Tuition Costs

With college-related expenses increasing each year, many companies are taking action by helping their employees save money. Below you will find four leading companies helping their employees by paying a portion or all of their college tuition.

by Nailah Herbert
States with Tax-Free Weekend for Back-to-School Shopping

As the first day of school is right around the corner, many parents and children will be looking to purchase clothing, school supplies, and other essentials. To help parents out with these costly annual purchases, some states have school sales tax holidays, meaning certain items will be exempt from sales tax.

by Viviana Vazquez

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