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Challenges Faced by the Unbanked, Underbanked, and Financially Excluded

The coronavirus pandemic exposed the dire need for people to access inclusive financial services, mainly since the pandemic has caused people to scramble to obtain funds for their essential needs.

by Sheena Allen
How to Spend Your Tax Refund Wisely

With the current tax season underway, now is the time to receive a refund from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for tax returns made regarding the prior year's income. Last year, the average tax refund amounted to $2,800 for individuals and families.

by Matin Varshochi
What is Afterpay? How Does Buy Now, Pay Later Work?

Afterpay is a buy now pay later (BNPL) service that breaks your payments into installments. Afterpay has been increasing in popularity. However, many users don’t quite understand how Afterpay works, yet sign up for it anyway.

by Viviana Vazquez
More Women are Becoming Single Homeowners

A recent study determined that 65% of single women would like to buy a house before marrying. Typically, the people who purchase homes are married couples. This is because they have a higher combined income, making it easier for them to pay the expenses of becoming a home buyer. H

by Matin Varshochi
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
Healthcare Costs Are Increasing Despite Affordable Tactics

A study conducted by the Peterson Center on Healthcare and Kaiser Family Foundation revealed that healthcare costs increased by a trillion dollars from 2009 to 2019.

by Nailah Herbert
How To Get Faster Returns During This Tax Season

On Jan. 24, 2022, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) began accepting and processing 2021 income tax returns. During this period, individuals can begin their individual tax returns and can hope for a chance of receiving their tax returns within 21 days.

by Matin Varshochi
Filing Taxes on a Budget? Here Are 10 Options

Filing your taxes can be a stressful time, even more, if the budget is tight! Here are ten resources to research for tax season!

by Nadia C. Vanderhall
Leverage Your Portfolio With Fractional Shares

Fractional shares can be the foundation for investors, new or true, to build their positioning when it comes to investing! From investment apps to brokerage firms, fractional shares helped take stock market investing from affluent to affordable.

by Nadia C. Vanderhall
How the Stock Exchange Works | Investing for Beginners

One of the first things you will notice when investing is a company’s ticker. The ticker symbol is a unique combination of letters used to classify different companies traded in the United States stock market.

by Matin Varshochi
Millennials and Gen Z are Paying the Most in Banking Fees

In a recent study, it was found that members of Generation Z and Millennials were paying more in banking fees. On average, Gen Z pays around $19 per month in banking fees. Millennials spend $16, while Gen X pays around $4, and Baby Boomers pay around $2.

by Viviana Vazquez
Invest in Your Child’s Future Through a UGMA Account

A Uniform Gifts to Minors Act (UGMA) is an investment account for minors, allowing adults to give or transfer assets into the underage person’s account to help them save for college or be financially independent.

by Matin Varshochi
The Scale Is In The Start: Investing Within Your Paycheck

Many feel that they don't have a lot to invest. No matter the size of your paycheck, you can get started investing! Getting started investing with a little can add up a lot! Make a strategy that works for your paycheck!

by Nadia C. Vanderhall
The Inflation Rate’s Rising: Here’s Why You Need to Invest

The COVID-19 pandemic caused the economic growth of the United States (U.S.) to come to a halt. As a result, many Americans relied on the COVID-19 relief packages the U.S. government provided.

by Matin Varshochi
Save Money by Canceling Unused Subscriptions

Millions of Americans use different streaming services, such as Apple Music, Spotify, or Netflix, that they regularly use, making the subscription price worth it.

by Nailah Herbert
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