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Homeowners Looking for Roommates to Afford Mortgage Payments

by Nailah Herbert
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
New York State Makes Posting Salary Ranges Mandatory

New York City Mayor Eric Adams stated that companies that employ four or more employees must disclose the salary ranges of positions they wish to fill by November 1, 2022.

by Nailah Herbert
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
How Your Business Can Monetize Social Media

Social media is a great way for businesses of any size, location, or niche to increase income. Monetizing your business’s social media ranges from direct sales to talking to your customers. Businesses that want to financially thrive must start monetizing their social media presence.

by Shaun Morgan
Graduate College Debt Free with These Five Tips

The current student loan debt in the United States is $1.7 trillion. However, there are many options to get through college without student loans. Below are five tips to help you graduate college without student loan debt.

by Shaun Morgan
Federal Reserve Announced Interest Rate Hike

On Wednesday, May 4, 2022, the Federal Reserve Bank announced they will be raising interest rates by a half-point. The rising rates have been at their highest point in more than 20 years, and the increased rates have caused the stock market to go into a frenzy, with the S&P 500 dropping by 3.5% the following day.

by Matin Varshochi
TurboTax Faces Lawsuit for False Advertising

Often, they go to TurboTax, which offers free tax filing services for its customers. However, Intuit, the owner of TurboTax, has been ordered to pay $141 million to its customers who used their services to file their income tax returns from 2016 to 2018.

by Sheena Allen
History of the Social Security Act

The Social Security Act, passed passed 86 years ago, is a key component of retirement income for nearly all individuals. Social security insurance also provides a safety net should a worker become disabled or a family lose their breadwinner.

by Pam Hill
Why Your Credit Score Matters When Purchasing a Home

Your credit score is used by lenders to determine your credit risk when it comes to borrowing money. The higher your credit score, generally speaking, the more you'll be able to borrow, and the lower your interest rate. That can save you thousands of dollars over the life of your loan. So, if you're looking to purchase a home, read on to learn how to optimize your credit score.

by Pam Hill
High Paying Jobs with No Degree Requirements

Not everyone wishes to attend a four-year university or pursue a bachelor's degree or higher; thus, they turn to jobs that do not have a post-secondary degree as a job requirement.

by Sheena Allen
Six Financial Lessons From Popular Superheroes

Superheroes are multi-talented. They dedicate their time to making the world a better place, save innocent people from villains, and they also have hidden lessons that teach people about financial literacy. Keep reading to find out what these four superheroes taught me about money.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
How To Become Financially Savvy

To be financially savvy, you have to be in control of your money. You have to continually prioritize your finances and educate yourself on growing wealth.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Cost of Plane Tickets Becoming More Expensive

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic halted and slowed down international travel demand. Now that many travel restrictions have been removed or loosened, leisure travel has increased.

by Matin Varshochi
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

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