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How the Russian Invasion Impacts U.S. Home Mortgages

Overseas events such as the invasion of Ukraine often reach beyond their borders, impacting global financial markets, energy prices, and mortgage rates.

by Pam Hill
Should I Consolidate My Credit Card Debt?

Debt is like a crushing weight on anybody experiencing it. That's why debt consolidation loans are so appealing. But debt consolidation loans are always the best option. It is important to weigh the impact of getting a new debt consolidation loan.

by Shaun Morgan
Should I Refinance My Home?

Refinancing is not right for everyone. Banks will try to push you to refinance because they can get you a lower rate or a lower monthly payment. That doesn't mean that refinancing is the best long-term choice. Here is how to decide whether to refinance.

by Shaun Morgan
Black Wall Street: Then and Today

The prosperous and resilient business districts built by and for Black people more than 100 years ago hold lessons for today.

by Pam Hill
The Cost of Rent Has Gone Up in Many Cities

The COVID-19 pandemic brought a temporary break to the increase in rent. However, with the economy slowly beginning to open up again, many landlords across the country have started raising their prices.

by Nailah Herbert
Why ‘Health is Wealth’ Mantra Should Be a Lifestyle Change

Of course, it is easier said than done but living a healthier lifestyle comes with many financial benefits. You have heard it before, 'health is wealth' and it truly is. Having good health is one of the greatest assets you can attain.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Budget for Self Care

Self-care provides individuals with many health benefits, including releasing stress and anxiety. Although the typical self-care thought is a spa day, there are many ways to take care of your mind and body without breaking the bank.

by Viviana Vazquez
Why Athletes Need Financial Literacy

Many up-and-coming athletes gain mainstream media attention starting in high school. Young people who receive media attention typically obtain various endorsements and an abundance of money by extension.

by Matin Varshochi
College Students Lost $3.7 Billion in FAFSA Aid

Previously, nearly 56% of high school graduates had filled out their FAFSA applications prior to the pandemic. However, once the pandemic hit and all education was forced to be done remotely, the percentage saw a fall to 53%.

by Viviana Vazquez
Money Conversations as a Couple | Culture Meets Money with Julien & Kiersten Saunders

Julien and Kiersten Saunders are the founders of rich & REGULAR, a blog dedicated to those who want to live financially free. Julien and Kiersten are full-time entrepreneurs, former real estate investors, and authors.

by Nailah Herbert
Build a Solid Financial Foundation with Your Partner

Relationships are supposed to make you feel loved, supported, and understood. One way to build the foundation of your relationship is to discuss finances.

by Shaun Morgan
Celebrating 5 Black Financial Influencers for 2022

CapWay is celebrating Black History Month by sharing the entrepreneurial stories of five Black financial influencers, also known as fin-fluencers, who are etching their names in the financial education space.

by Nailah Herbert
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
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
What is Financial Infidelity? A Third of Americans Know

Almost a third of Americans have admitted to committing financial cheating in their relationships, according to a survey by CreditCards.com. Many Americans believe that keeping financial secrets is just as bad as physical cheating.

by Viviana Vazquez
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