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How to Start Investing | Investing for Beginners

Are you ready to start investing but unsure of where to begin? Here’s what you need to know to start investing intelligently on your own.

by Viviana Vazquez
How To Save Money Using Your College ID

If you are a current (and sometimes a former) college student, take advantage of perks that require using your college identification card (ID), including discounts on large and small purchases that could enable you to save thousands of dollars each year.

by Viviana Vazquez
These Four Employers Help Pay College Tuition Costs

With college-related expenses increasing each year, many companies are taking action by helping their employees save money. Below you will find four leading companies helping their employees by paying a portion or all of their college tuition.

by Nailah Herbert
The Effects of Underemployment and How to Break the Cycle

We often hear the word unemployed, which is when a capable person is actively seeking but does not have a job. However, we seemingly skip over the issues regarding underemployment, which is when a person is working but not to the full extent of their desires, abilities, or education.

by Sheena Allen
College Athletes Can Now Profit Off of Their Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL)

Somewhere in the world today, a kid is shooting a jump shot while yelling out "Kobe" or throwing a football with dreams of being the next Tom Brady. People play sports for different reasons, ranging from staying in shape to hopes of playing in the pros.

by Matin Varshochi
College Scholarships to Apply for in Summer 2021

Attending college comes with a high cost, and unfortunately, not everyone has the financial capability to pay off their tuition in full. One of these methods is applying for and obtaining scholarships. Below are some of the top scholarships we gathered that are now open to college students.

by Sheena Allen
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
How to Show Love on Father’s Day Without Breaking the Bank

You can show your father that you love him without putting a dent in your bank account. There are many thoughtful yet inexpensive gifts to choose from. We’ve got you covered with our top 8 frugal gifts to give to your father for Father’s Day.

by Matin Varshochi
Party with a Purpose: Graduation Gifts That Can Benefit Your Financial Future

It's graduation season, which also means celebrations and gifts! Although cash envelopes are a long-time gift that virtually anyone can appreciate, we encourage graduates to party with a financial purpose.

by Viviana Vazquez
Getting to Know the Two Leading Cryptocurrencies in 2021: Bitcoin and Ethereum

Cryptocurrency is becoming more attractive to those who want to use digital currency instead of traditional payment methods and also to those who want to invest. In 2020, it skyrocketed into mainstream popularity.

by Nailah Herbert
More Bank Branches Close During the Pandemic

One of the direst effects has been the financial impact that has resulted from job layoffs and mandated quarantines. The closing of bank branches across the United States reflects the economic impact many have had to endure.

by CapWay
How To Educate Your Children About Finances

Children are never too young to learn about finances. Shifting your mindset will ultimately help you mold your children's mindset to a wealth mindset. Here are my top three tips to help expose your child to wealth-building habits and ownership.

by Tammira Lucas
Federal Student Loan Payments Are Deferred Until September 30, 2021

by CapWay
Top 4 Ways Families Can Ditch the COVID-Induced Financial Stress

Times are challenging for everyone, and no matter your occupation, you are no doubt feeling financial strain thanks to COVID-19. It’s possible that the pandemic has not been kind to our checkbooks, our mental health, or our relationships.

by Gwen Payne
5 Tips for Making Ends Meet When You’ve Lost Your Job

Everyone experiences career setbacks from time to time, and while it may seem like the end of the world right now, you will get through this! All you need is a good plan. Here are some financial tips to help you make ends meet and get back on your feet.

by Gwen Payne
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