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Industries to Consider For Long-Term Investments

Many factors to consider when thinking about the right long-term decisions needed to build wealth. Thoroughly researching potential investments will help you make the best long-term investment moves when building your portfolio.

by Matin Varshochi
7 Ideas for Holiday Gifts to Give an Entrepreneur

It can be difficult to shop for an entrepreneur, but remember that the thing entrepreneurs care about most is their business. So giving a gift that helps their business will be very appreciated. Here are some ideas.

by Shaun Morgan
Equity vs. Equality, and Why African Americans Deserve Both

In 2020, the nationwide protests surrounding the murder of George Floyd stirred up countless debates on why African Americans have yet to receive equality and may still have a long way to go to receive equity.

by Nailah Herbert
What To Do If Your Job Doesn't Offer a 401(k)

The 401(k) is by far the most common retirement investment plan, but it isn't the only options. After reading this article you'll know exactly what to do, and how to invest for retirement, even if you don't have a 401(k).

by Shaun Morgan
How to Read Financial Statements | Investing for Beginners

A company’s balance sheet provides a snapshot of the company’s financial position. A company’s income statement shows the company’s gains and losses. A company’s cash flow statement shows how much cash is coming in and out of the business.

by Matin Varshochi
What You Need to Know Before Signing Up for Federal Health Insurance

With the federal health insurance open enrollment period for 2022 underway, right now is the essential time to switch over to a different health insurance plan. The open enrollment began on November 1, 2021, and is ongoing until January 15, 2022.

by Nailah Herbert
Biden to Compensate Immigrant Families Separated at Border

President Joe Biden is working with the Department of Justice to make amends with the families affected due to Trump’s zero-tolerance policy. To make amends, Biden is planning to financially compensate families who were separated at the border.

by Viviana Vazquez
401(k) vs. IRA | Which One Should I Choose?

Choosing between different investment vehicles can be exhausting, especially since there are so many. But assuming you've narrowed it down to a 401(k) and an IRA there are three questions that you can ask to help you consider which option to choose.

by Shaun Morgan
Overtime Elite Offers High School Athletes Six Figures

Overtime Elite (OTE) is a newly funded league that provides high school players an alternative pathway towards achieving their NBA dreams.

by Matin Varshochi
Nearly 20% of U.S. Households Have Lost All of Their Savings

The poll questioned 3,616 adults about health and financial problems affecting members of their household and outlined alarming statistics about American families reporting financial hardship during the Covid-19 pandemic.

by Sheena Allen
Why Biden Cut HBCU Funding - Future Student Effects

President Biden announced that the Build Back Better Plan would push $45 billion of their $3.5 trillion budget toward funding HBCUs. The funding was expected to go toward a plethora of issues and plans to rebuild HBCUs.

by Nailah Herbert
American Workers Are Quitting Their Jobs at Record Numbers

A record number of 4.3 million workers left their jobs in August. ‘The Great Resignation,’ as many call it, has continued through the last couple of months, empowering many to resign from their jobs in search of something better.

by Viviana Vazquez
Financial Advice for Athletes

Statistics show that 78% of retired National Football League (NFL) players go broke within two years of retiring, and 60% of former National Basketball Association (NBA) players go broke five years after retiring.

by Matin Varshochi
How the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate is Affecting Workforces

The vaccine mandate being a requirement for most occupations has caused those who have chosen to stay unvaccinated to protest in the street, as they feel their freedom of choice is being taken away.

by Sheena Allen
How to Make Intentional Money Decisions | Culture Meets Money with Tonya Rapley

Culture Meets Money had the pleasure of chatting with Tonya Rapley, founder and CEO of My Fab Finance. Rapley shares her thoughts on the importance of making intentional money decisions. Below are three key takeaways from her chat.

by Nailah Herbert

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