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4 Ways to Build Generational Wealth

You'll often hear people throw around the term generational wealth in the financial space. More recently, it has become a trendy word amongst everyday people, in part credited to a time when the topic of investing and wealth has taken center stage.

by Shaun Morgan
Student Loan Repayment Paused Again Until Aug 2022

Biden Administration announced that federal student loan payments had been paused, again, until August 31, 2022. Although this is the sixth extension, it is essential to look at different ways to begin paying off student loans.

by Sheena Allen
March Madness Players To Profit from the Tournament

It starts with the desire to play NCAA basketball, become a national champion, and improve their chances of getting drafted. Players, such as Jalen Green and LaMelo Ball, forfeited the college route as rules prohibited players from earning money.

by Matin Varshochi
Why is Financial Literacy Important?

We have built a world that operates almost entirely on the accumulation and proper use of money. And yet, the basic skills of how money works are a mystery to most.

by Shaun Morgan
Investing 101: Real Estate, Stocks, and Bonds

Examining the pros and cons of real estate, stocks and bonds will provide you with the tools to evaluate which investment strategy works best for you and how to begin, no mater your investment budget size.

by Pam Hill
Why Are Used Cars Getting More Expensive

Due to COVID-19, everyday items have begun rising in price. For example, according to a report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, certified pre-owned cars have raised in price by 41.2%.

by Matin Varshochi
Relationship Between Mental Health and Money

It is essential to maintain your mental health, and your financial well-being is a key role player in doing so. To understand why this is the case and the relationship between money and stress, we need to understand mental health.

by Shaun Morgan
Four (4) Tips on How to Spring Clean Your Finances

Studies on financial education show us that many people consume debt without understanding the true concept of how money works. Without the proper education, we dive further into debt.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Seven Options to Save You Money on Taxes in 2022

Unlike tax evasion, there are a few legal ways to reduce your taxable income to keep as much of your hard-earned money as possible. Some of these tips may be a little late for the 2021 tax season, but they will be useful for the upcoming 2022 tax season.

by Lyle Solomon
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
5 Common Money Myths Debunked

Life is designed to occasionally throw you curveballs. These curveballs typically hit us right in the wallet. What better way to handle these unexpected expenses than to be financially prepared.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Should I Buy a Home?

With some careful planning and prudent spending habits, there is a home for almost every budget and financial circumstance.

by Pam Hill
Homeowners Can Get Money From the Homeowner Assistance Fund

The COVID-19 pandemic caused times of financial hardships for the majority of people. As some were forced to work remotely or were left out of a job, it became increasingly difficult for some to accommodate their living expenses.

by Nailah Herbert
How to Mint an NFT | Investing for Beginners

NFTs have become increasingly popular over the past couple of months, and because of their rising popularity, more people have begun selling these digital items on blockchains. This is how you can begin minting and selling NFTs too.

by Viviana Vazquez
What's the Best Mortgage? | Picking Loans

Choosing the right mortgage depends on a host of important factors. Some of those factors include your FICO score, your available down payment, and how long you plan on living in your new home.

by Pam Hill

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