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Personal Finance Tips to Pay Off Debt | Culture Meets Money with Chris Browning

Culture Meets Money invited Chris Browning to share his advice about avoiding debt, tips about debt payoff, and other personal finance tips. Chris Browning is a financial analyst with an award-winning podcast, Popcorn Finance.

by Nailah Herbert
College Students Pay Close Attention to Your Taxes This Year

Many high school and college schools aren’t teaching their students about taxes, so it’s important to pay attention to any new tax information. With many people already receiving federal tax return refunds, understanding how income tax returns work is crucial.

by Matin Varshochi
National Entrepreneurship Day: Jala Eaton of On My Own Financial

Jala Eaton, Esq., Certified Trust and Fiduciary Advisor (CTFA), is the Founder and CEO of On My Own Financial, LLC and J. Eaton Law PC. Learn more about Jala Eaton, her company On My Own Financial, and her advice to other women entrepreneurs.

by Nailah Herbert
National Entrepreneurship Day: Raya Reaves of City Girl Savings

Raya Reaves is the Founder and Finance Coach of City Girl Savings. Below you can learn more about Raya and her journey to becoming an entrepreneur and the advice she gives to other women entrepreneurs.

by Nailah Herbert
Tax Tips for Entrepreneurs | Culture Meets Money with Atiya Brown

Atiya Brown is the Founder and CEO of The Savvy Accountant, which helps small businesses solve complex tax issues and save money on their taxes. She joins Culture Meets Money to share her best tax tips that every successful entrepreneur should know.

by Nailah Herbert
The Insider's Guide to Buying a Home During the Holidays

For savvy buyers, the holidays offer a great opportunity to find homes decked out in their holiday finery with few competing buyers and discounted prices.

by Pam Hill
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
The Difference Between Depreciating and Appreciating Assets

Appreciating and depreciating assets both serve an important role in your financial portfolio. Knowing the difference between the two and how to use each one to its greatest effect can maximize their value as you build your wealth.

by Pam Hill
The Difference Between Assets and Liabilities

Financial statements are often thought of as something that only companies need worry about, but a personal financial statement can help you track your financial health and hone in on trouble spots and opportunities. 

by Pam Hill
How NFL Players Spend Their Money

Professional athletes in their late teens or early twenties earn millions of dollars. Unfortunately, as we have seen from some of our former favorite athletes, many spend more than they save and invest.

by Matin Varshochi
What is a Credit Ghost and How to Avoid Being One?

Credit ghosts are people who have no credit score, but they could improve their financial situation by building credit. Here's what is a credit ghost and what to know if you are one.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell

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