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Secured vs. Unsecured Credit Card

A secured credit card requires the cardholder to make a security deposit, whereas an unsecured credit card doesn't. Both can be a great tool for building a positive credit history and improving your credit score; each has its advantages and disadvantages.

by Pam Hill
Five Tips to Take Care of Your Health on a Budget

Many people believe you have to spend a lot of money to give yourself a little TLC (Tender Loving Care). However, there are many frugal things that you can leverage to pamper yourself on a budget.

by nisiar smith
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
Cost of Plane Tickets Becoming More Expensive

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic halted and slowed down international travel demand. Now that many travel restrictions have been removed or loosened, leisure travel has increased.

by Matin Varshochi
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
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
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
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
Wells Fargo Rejected Half of Their Black Applicants

During the COVID-19 pandemic, there was high economic turmoil. To help keep the economy going, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) determined that it was a good idea to lower interest rates to an all-time low.

by Nailah Herbert
Women’s History Month: Sheena Allen, Founder & CEO, CapWay

Sheena Allen is the Founder and CEO of CapWay, a digital financial services provider that aims to help those who have been underserved and overlooked by the traditional banking industry. Sheena shares her story and advice for other women entrepreneurs.

by Viviana Vazquez
The Dotcom Bubble | Financial Flashback

The historical event being reviewed is the Dotcom Bubble, which plummeted tech stocks of various companies, some of which are still around today. Between 1995 and 2000, the NASDAQ Composite Index, which tracks most of the stocks traded on its stock exchange, rose by 582%.

by Sheena Allen
How to Make Money in the Metaverse

The future of the metaverse changes the way we socialize, work, and communicate. The metaverse offers a variety of ways to be able to put money in your bank account.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Women’s History Month with Frida Leibowitz and Rachel Lauren

Frida Leibowitz and Rachel Lauren are the two women founders behind Debbie. Debbie is the first digital platform that helps people pay off their debt, build better financial habits, and financially reward them as they navigate their debt-free journey.

by Viviana Vazquez
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
When Will I Get My Tax Refund? 22 Million Already Have

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has begun giving out tax refunds, with 22 million already receiving their money, with the average recipient receiving $3,536. Here are some ways to help expedite the process of receiving a tax refund.

by Viviana Vazquez
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