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Four (4) College Grants You Should Consider Applying For

If you are either an upcoming or current college student, you should constantly be looking at scholarships and grants as your first choice to pay for college instead of setting for student loans. After all, free money over student loan debt wins every time.

by Viviana Vazquez
Investing for Beginners: What is a Stock Ticker Symbol?

Publicly traded companies on the stock market are identified by their stock ticker symbol, which is a unique set of letters, numbers, or both. Stock tickers are an identifier of the stock name itself.

by CapWay
Riding the COVID-19 Financial Rollercoaster: 4 Critical Safety Rules

These are four quick thoughts about navigating the financial implications of COVID-19.

by Kimberley Wren
The Millennial’s Guide To Asking For Gifts

As the holiday season is approaching, it is time to start manifesting your holiday gifts in hopes of receiving them before the year-end. However, as a millennial, it can be challenging to ask for gifts from people who aren’t in the same age range as you.

by CapWay
How To Treat Yourself and Practice Self-Care on a Budget

Self-care is important for your mental health and can have a positive impact on your money. A more grounded state of mind allows you to bring your best self to achieving your financial goals.

by Nailah Herbert
Top Gift Ideas for College Students

If you know a college student and you want to help them adjust to college life while excelling in their college career, here are some of the best types of gifts to give this holiday season and beyond.

by CapWay
Three Money Tips from NFL Player Brandon Copeland

Brandon Copeland is an NFL linebacker who has saved close to 90% of his NFL earnings. Even more impressive is Brandon said he focuses on investing and aims to change and give back to the community.

by CapWay
What Aretha Franklin's Demand to be Paid in Cash Can Teach Us About Generational Mistrust in Banks

Since the passing of the Queen of Soul, stories have started to come out about how Aretha Franklin only accepted her fee to perform in cash.

by CapWay
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