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Legacy, Legacy, Legacy: Planning With Life Insurance (Part II)

In this part of the series, we get more insight with the 4 Types of Life Insurance to consider when doing your Legacy Planning.

by Nadia C. Vanderhall
Legacy, Legacy, Legacy: Planning With Life Insurance (Part I)

Life Insurance is one of the things that many lack when it comes to legacy building. Let's move from GoFundMe to Generational Wealth!

by Nadia C. Vanderhall
Tips For Parents On Cutting Costs During A Layoff

If you’re a parent, you know that raising children is expensive. If you’ve recently been laid off or are between jobs, you may be concerned about how, exactly, you’re going to stretch a bare budget to cover their needs. Here are a few things you can do.

by Gwen Payne
How to Save for Retirement When You're Self-Employed

No one plans to work forever; typically, most people wish to spend the latter years of their lives doing things they enjoy. To have fun in the later years or to live comfortably after you retire, a retirement plan must be in place to benefit from.

by Nailah Herbert
Celebrate National Financial Awareness Day With These Tips

August 14 is National Financial Awareness Day, a celebration of why it is important to be financially mindful. You have the power to take control of your money and become financially aware and responsible. Below are four tips you can practice to help you reach your long-term financial goals.

by CapWay
What Does Net Worth Mean?

Many of us read the Forbes list every year, seeing people like Rihanna's net worth listed at $1.7 billion or Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson's net worth listed at $800 million. More recently, Forbes reported that Tesla founder Elon Musk, the wealthiest man in the world, has an astonishing $256 billion net worth.

by CapWay
Common Money Mistakes

Even if you want to admit it or not, we have all made mistakes throughout our life. But the thing about mistakes (in most instances) is that we can fix them, especially when it comes to money mistakes.

by Philip Dancy
Trust vs. Will: Differences to Note in Estate Planning

Will and trusts are created in anticipation of someone’s incapacitation or death. When a person dies, a will and a trust can prevent their children and other loved ones from experiencing extreme financial hardship.

by Jala Eaton
4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start Investing

Investing has long been considered a great way to build wealth. If you are ready to invest, below are four questions to consider before you start the process.

by CapWay
The Fight for Economic Equality for Black America | Part 2

“We must face the system head-on, and make strides to change it so that we can close the economic inequality gap and defeat capitalism.”

by Nailah Herbert
How to Protest Using Your Dollars

The protests are calling for a change in a system that is long overdue. If you can’t physically march amongst your allies, you still have the power to evoke change using your hard-earned dollars.

by CapWay
Investment Options That Can Produce Additional Income

by Nailah Herbert
Investment Options That Can Help Grow Your Money

by Nailah Herbert
4 Things Most of Our Parents Didn't Teach Us About Money

Unfortunately, a lesson or conversation that is often not had between parents and children is around money, therefore, leading to many people's lack of financial literacy.

by CapWay
4 Smart Tips on How You Can Use Your Stimulus Check

The federal government passed a $2 trillion stimulus bill to help lift any financial burden off of Americans.

by Nailah Herbert

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