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Investing in Fine Art | Culture Meets Money with Okeeba Jubalo

Okeeba Jubalo is the Founder and CEO of Okeeba Jubalo Fine Art Gallery, located in North Charleston, South Carolina, and is known as the South’s premier African American fine art gallery. As a special guest on Culture Meets Money, Okeeba Jubalo discussed how people could invest and profit from fine art.

by Nailah Herbert
Tesla Proposes 3:1 Stock Split

On June 10, 2022, Tesla announced their board of directors had accepted a proposal for a three-to-one stock split. If the majority of the shareholders vote in favor of the stock split, it will then be initiated and executed.

by Matin Varshochi
Five Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a New Business

Making mistakes is inevitable when starting a new business and can be seen as a positive sign that learning is taking place. But you can cut down on avoidable mistakes by understanding and planning for the top five rookie mistakes that affect most new businesses.

by Pam Hill
How to Invest in Real Estate While Working Full Time

Having a day job and becoming a real estate investor isn't an either-or proposition. Dive into this article to learn more on how they can both be done successfully.

by Pam Hill
Five Business Hacks For New Entrepreneurs

New businesses must balance the twin pressures of large outflows of cash against limited inflows. Developing a financial management plan and closely monitoring cash flow are among several business moves that can position a new entrepreneur for success.

by Pam Hill
7 Ways to Teach Your Kids About Money

Teaching children financial literacy at an early age requires being a little creative, and very intentional. Here are eight tips to teach financial literacy to children.

by Shaun Morgan
Women’s History Month: Sheena Allen, Founder & CEO, CapWay

Sheena Allen is the Founder and CEO of CapWay, a digital financial services provider that aims to help those who have been underserved and overlooked by the traditional banking industry. Sheena shares her story and advice for other women entrepreneurs.

by Viviana Vazquez
7 Tips to Build an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Your mindset, that is the assumptions, expectations and practices you have regarding your business, can be every bit as important as your sales plan and budget in moving your venture forward.

by Pam Hill
Women’s History Month: Frida Leibowitz and Rachel Lauren of Debbie

Frida Leibowitz and Rachel Lauren are the two women founders behind Debbie. Debbie is the first digital platform that helps people pay off their debt, build better financial habits, and financially reward them as they navigate their debt-free journey.

by Viviana Vazquez
Women's History Month: Finance Edition with Nadia Vanderhall

CapWay is celebrating women across the nation who are dominating in the finance space. CapWay's article series, Women's History Month: Finance Edition, will highlight five amazing women striving to empower other women in and beyond the finance space.

by Nailah Herbert
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

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