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Atlanta Housing Rent Vouchers Refused by Landlords

To help low-income individuals and families rent affordable housing, the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) began giving out housing vouchers. But recently, there has been some controversy regarding whether landlords have the authority to refuse tenants’ rent vouchers

by Matin Varshochi
Rising Inflation is Causing More Homelessness

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the cost of living has continued to rise due to the surging inflation rates. When the Bureau of Labor Statistics calculated the most recent inflation rate using the Consumer Price Index, it was determined that it was at its highest level in 40 years.

by Matin Varshochi
New Missouri Homeless Laws Makes Sleeping Outside Illegal

Missouri currently has approximately 6,527 homeless people, or around 1.13% of its population. As the state government wishes to lower this statistic, Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed a new bill earlier this month that will go into effect on January 1, 2023, criminalizing homelessness.

by Matin Varshochi
How to Pay for Your College Education with Scholarships

Scholarships are the best option for getting a college degree debt-free. Here’s how you can get a free education by using scholarships.

by Shaun Morgan
U.S. Housing Market Starts to Cool Down

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people took advantage of the low-interest rates and decided to purchase a house. As many others had a similar thought process, the demand for housing began to rise.

by Matin Varshochi
Americans Rely More on Credit Cards Due to Inflation

The U.S. economy has experienced higher inflation than before, reaching its highest point since 1990. As a result, many Americans are turning to their credit cards to pay for their needed goods and services that have risen in price. Unfortunately, excessive use of credit cards to pay for goods and services can have major financial setbacks.

by Matin Varshochi
Student Loan Lawsuit Settlement Amount to $7.5 billion

A recent class-action lawsuit has led to a settlement of approximately $7.5 billion for student loan borrowers who claim the Department of Education, under the Trump administration, had intentionally not followed regulations implemented by the Obama administration, which led to many people having their debt relief claims denied.

by Matin Varshochi
America’s Black Homeownership Gap Continues

For many years, Black Americans have been at a disadvantage when it comes to homeownership and acquiring wealth.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
U.S. Households Wealth Declines

In the first quarter of 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic first began, household wealth declined. However, since then, it has continued to rise, until now. A new recent report released by the Federal Reserve looked at the wealth of households and highlighted key financial data regarding where money is rising and falling.

by Matin Varshochi
Factors Leading to a Crypto Bear Market

Over the past couple of weeks, investor confidence has been dropping in both the crypto and stock markets. Moreover, with the current economic climate, many investors have begun offloading most of their investments as there are rising concerns about a potential recession, leading to a crypto bear market.

by Matin Varshochi
Why Homeownership is an Important Wealth Building Factor

Homeownership is one of the most common forms of building wealth.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell

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