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Cinco De Mayo Benefits The U.S Economy

It is no secret that the United States cashes in on Cinco de Mayo. Restaurants across the nation run specials on alcohol and Mexican dishes, and beer companies spend millions of dollars on advertising before the big day to promote higher alcohol sales.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
5 Ways To Celebrate Financial Literacy Month

Money shouldn't be a taboo topic of discussion. April is financial literacy month and it is all about spreading awareness about the importance of financial literacy.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
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
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
How the Russian Invasion Impacts U.S. Home Mortgages

Overseas events such as the invasion of Ukraine often reach beyond their borders, impacting global financial markets, energy prices, and mortgage rates.

by Pam Hill
The Cost of Rent Has Gone Up in Many Cities

The COVID-19 pandemic brought a temporary break to the increase in rent. However, with the economy slowly beginning to open up again, many landlords across the country have started raising their prices.

by Nailah Herbert
Budget for Self Care

Self-care provides individuals with many health benefits, including releasing stress and anxiety. Although the typical self-care thought is a spa day, there are many ways to take care of your mind and body without breaking the bank.

by Viviana Vazquez
Why Athletes Need Financial Literacy

Many up-and-coming athletes gain mainstream media attention starting in high school. Young people who receive media attention typically obtain various endorsements and an abundance of money by extension.

by Matin Varshochi
Money Conversations as a Couple | Culture Meets Money with Julien & Kiersten Saunders

Julien and Kiersten Saunders are the founders of rich & REGULAR, a blog dedicated to those who want to live financially free. Julien and Kiersten are full-time entrepreneurs, former real estate investors, and authors.

by Nailah Herbert
Celebrating 5 Black Financial Influencers for 2022

CapWay is celebrating Black History Month by sharing the entrepreneurial stories of five Black financial influencers, also known as fin-fluencers, who are etching their names in the financial education space.

by Nailah Herbert
Financial Literacy Through Hip-Hop Music | Culture Meets Money with Ash Cash Exantus

Culture Meets Money guest Ash Cash Exantus brings inclusive representation to Black communities through financial literacy and hip-hop music.

by Nailah Herbert
Will There Be a Fourth Stimulus Check?

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a global issue as new variants are spreading. As people continue to struggle, 2021 ended without a fourth stimulus check to keep households afloat.

by Nailah Herbert
Americans Incurred an Average 2021 Holiday Debt of $1,249

Over the past holiday season, a survey done by LendingTree discovered that Americans incurred an average debt of $1,249 when shopping for holiday gifts. Although it may be important to ensure loved ones receive all the gifts they wish for, going into debt causes more harm than good.

by Matin Varshochi
Finances Are The Top Mental Health Stressor For Millennials

Many Americans are struggling with handling their finances due to various reasons, and it’s starting to take a toll on their mental health. During the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health woes have increased in many young adults.

by Nailah Herbert
3 Tips To Change Your Money Habits Ahead Of The New Year

Money is a tool that we have control over. Only when our money habits are beyond our control do we feel as though money controls us. Implementing healthy money habits little by little can change your financial future drastically.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
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